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THURSTON B. PRICE ROBT. E. HUSTON 

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IRevival M^mne 

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The Church, Sunday School eind 

Evangelistic Services 



Edited and Compiled by 

HOMER RODEHEAVER 

and 

B. D. ACKLEY 

Dr. J. B. HERBERT, Associate Editor 



Great Revival Songs 
Church Hymns 
Sunday School Songs 
Responsive Readings 
Solos and Choruses 

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preface. 



Messrs. Rodeheaver and Ackley have labored for 
years compiling this book, noting the songs that were 
the most popular and effective. They have spared no 
expense. 

Song has always played an important part in every 
effort to set this world going Godward. 

The work of brmging the unsaved to Christ de- 
mands our best, whether we preach or whether we sing. 

I consider GREAT REVIVAL HYMNS the best 
Gospel song book that has been published for years. It 
is the only one I have ever endorsed with a written 
statement. 

II any little word of mine can make a heart the lighter. 
If any little song of mine can make a life the brighter, 
God help me speak that little word and do my bit of singing. 
And drop them down in some lonely vale and set the echoes ringing. ' ' 




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No. 1. 

Rev. A. H. Ackley. 



Repent! 

COPYRIGHT, 1810, BY RODEHEAVEH-ACKLEY CO. 



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1. Re-pent! 'tis the voice of Je 

2. Re-pent! while the Lord in - vites you; 

3. Re-pent! while the Ho - ly Spir - it 

4. Re-pent! for the days are fly - ing; 

5. Re-pent! for He made a - tone-ment; 



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Be - fore the Sav - ior fall; 

Is striv - ing with your soul; 
The fi - nal hour draws nigh; 

He took the sin - ner's place; 

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The message of God rings loud and clear, Now seek Him, for He is 
The wa -ges of sin is death to all Who heed not the Gos-pel call. 
The bur-den of sin on Je -sus roll, Sur - ren- der to His con - trol. 
No pleasure have I, saith God on high, In see - ing the wick-ed die. 
turn to the Lord, and seek His face. And trust in His sav - ing grace. 









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1. Whea I have fin - ished my pil-grim-age here. When shall have vanished terap' 

2. When I am troub-led by grief and da - spair, Grace nev - er fail - ing a- 

3. When I have trav-eled the way vdth my Lord, Count-ing the mile-posts by 



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ta - tion and fear, As in the arms of His love I a - bide, 

waits me up there; Will - ing to trust Him what - ev • er be - tide, 

faith in His word, Liv - ing and dy - ing with Him at my side, 

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Thy Kingdom Gome! 



Rev. C. McKibMn. 



I. H. Qabrlel. 






1. TbykiiigdoincomelandshallDoteachoDesingit, OnIandandBea,where'erHi6 

2. Thy kingdom come 10 haste to tell the message, The world is dy - ing for the 

3. Thy kingdom comel He waits to bless the nations, 'Tis ours to bringthem quickly 



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ban - ner goes ? Thy kingdom come I shall we not strive to bring it, The grace that 
word of God; Send out thelightjthatChristmayseethefruitage, Theworldre- 
to His feet; Make this the time to tram-pie sin's foundations, And lead the 



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saves the worid from hu-man woes? 

deemed that His own feet have trod^ Thy kingdom come I the glo-rions tri-omph 

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shall crown Him King of kings; 



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joice, and angels stop to lis-ten. While earth His ev-er-Iast-ing glo - ry sings. 
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The Kind's Business. 



Or. E. T. CuMi. 



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1. I am a stran-ger here, with - in a for - eign land; My home is 

2. This is the King's command: that all men, ev - 'ry-where, Ee-pent and 

3. My home is bright -er far than Shar-on's ro - sy plain, E-ter-nal 

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far a-way, up - on a gold-enstrand; Am-bas-sa -dor to be of 
turn a-way from sin's se - due - tive snare; That all who will o-bey, with 
life and joy thro '-out its vast do-main; My Sov'reign bids me tell how 



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Him shall reign for aye, And that's my 
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No. 5. 



True-Hearted, Whole-Nearted. 



COPYRIGHT, leeO, BV IRA D. 8ANKEY. 

Frances R. Haverg^al. used bv per. of the biglow a main co, owners. Qeo. C. Stebblns. 



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1. True-hearted, whole-hearted, faith-ful and loy -al, King of our lives, by Thy 

2. True-hearted, whole-hearted, full - est al - le-giance, Yield-ing henceforth to our 

3. True-hearted, whole-hearted, Sav-ior all glo-rious! Take Thy great pow-er and 



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grace we will be; Un - der the stand- ard ex - alt - ed and roy- al, Strong; 
glo - ri - ou3 King; Val - iant en - deav - or and lov - ing o-be-dience, Free- 
reign there a - lone, - ver our wills and af - fec-tions vic-to-rious, Free- 




in Thy strength we will bat-tie for Thee. 

ly and joy - ous - ly no w would we bring. Peal out the watch-word! si - lance it 

ly sur -ren-dered and whol-ly Thine own. peai ei-ience 




nev - erl Song of our spir - its re - joic - ing and free; Peal out the 

Song re - joic-ing »nd free; Peal 




watch- word! loy - al for-ev-er, King of our lives, by Thy grace we will be. 

loy-al King: 




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I Shall Dwell Forever There. 



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1. When the night is o'er and the shadows past, And e - ter - nal dawn dis- 

2. Tho' my sky be filled with the clouds of time, And my Soul is burdened 

3. How my heart will sing when I see the King, For there is no Sovereign 

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pels the gloom of earth - ly care; In the home of God I shall rest at last, 

with for - bod-ings of de - spair, Yet, myheartischeered.for the Hope is mine, 

that with Je - BUS can com-pare; So the sac-ri-fice of a life I'll bring, 



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In the land of E - den I shall dwell for-ev-er there. 

If I trust in Je - ens I shall dwell for-ev-er there. I shall walk the streets 

And with Him in glo - ry, I shall dwell for-ev-er there. 






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Flora Kirkland. 



We Shall Be Like Him/ 

COPYRIGHT, leoe, BY GEO. C. STEBBINS. 



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1. "We shall be like Him,'* theSon of God most ho-ly, "We shall be like Him," sweet 

2. "We shall be like Him, "this promise lights the future. Shedding softradiance up- 

3. "We shall be like Him," the glo-ri-fied Re-deem-er; His lov-ing-kind-ness this 



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promise of His grace! Christian, press forward! some bright, some glad to-morrow 
on our pathway dim. He who redeemed us, the Lamb once slain on Cal-v'ry, 
add-ed grace bestows! We shall be-hold Him no more with clouded vi - sion, 



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' ' We shall be like Him ," for we shall see His face . 
Shines now in glo - ry; — andwe shall be like Him. 
Bright-er and bright-er to faith the prospect grows. "We shall 



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We shall be like Him, For we shall see Him as He is: We shall be 



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We shall be like Him, For we shall see Him as 



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A 6inner Made Whole. 



W. M. Ughttaall. 



Ctaas. H. aabfiel. 



1. There's a song in my heart that my lips can -not smg, 'Tis praise in the 

2. I shall stand one day faultless and pure by His throne, Transformed from my 

3. All the mu - sic of heaven, so per-fect and sweet, Will blend with my 




high - est to Je-sus, >my King; Its mu-sic each moment is thrilling my soul, 
im - age conformed to His own; Then I shall find words for the song of my soulf 
Bong and will make it complete; Thro' a - ges on-end - ing the ech- oes will roll, 




For I was a sin -ner, but Christ made me whole, A sin-ner made wholel a 
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sinner made whole! The Savior hath bought me and ransomed my soul 1 My heart it is 




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singing, the anthem is ringing. For I was a 



,but Christ made me whole. 



ISO. 9. 



Keep on the Sunny Side of Life. 



Ada Blenkhom. 



COPYRIGHT, t8(l9, OWNED Bt JOHN J. HOOD. 

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1. There's a dark and a troubled side of life, There's a bright and a 

2. Tho' the storm in its fu - ry break to - day, Crush-ing hopes that we 

3. Let us greet with a song of hope each day, Tho' the mo-ments be 




sun-ny side, too; Tho' we meet with the dark-ness and strife, The 
cherished so dear; Storm and cloud will in time pass a - way. The 
cloud-y or fair; Let us trust in ourSav - ior al - way, Who 



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sun - ny side we al - so may view. 

sun again will shine bright and clear. Keep on the sunny side, Always on the 

keep-eth ev-'ryone in His care. 



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E. E. Hewitt. 



Will There be any Stars? 

COPYRIGHT, 1887, BV JNO R. SWENEY 
USED BY PER OF L. E. SWENEY, EXECUTRIX. 



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1. I am think-ing to-day of that beau-ti - ful land I shall reach when the 

2. In the strength of the Lord let me la - bor and pray, Let me watch as a 

3. Oh, what joy it will be when His face I be-hold, Liv-ing gems at His 

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sun go- eth down; When thro' won-der- ful grace by my Sav-ior I stand, 
win - nor of souls; That bright stars may be mine in the glo - rl - ous day, 
feet to lay down; It would sweeten my bliss in the cit - y of gold, 

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Will there be an - y stars in my crown? 

When His praise like the sea-bil-low rolls. Will there 

Should there be an -y stars in my crown. 



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No. 11. The Way of the Gross Leads Nome. 



Jeisie Brown Pouads. 



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1. I must needs go home by the way of the cross, There's no oth -er 

2. I must needs go on in the blood-sprinkled way, The path that the 

3. Then I bid fare - well to the way of the world, To walk in it 






way but this; I shall ne'er get sight of the Gates of Light, 
Sav - ior trod, If I ev - er climb to the heights sub - lime, 
nev - er more; For my Lord says "Come," and I seek my home. 



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No. 12. 



God Will Take Gare of You. 

Dedicated to my wife, Mrs. John A. Davit, 



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1. Be not dis- mayed what-e'er be - tide, God will take care of you; 

2. Thro' days of toil when heart doth fiil, God will take care of you; 

3. All you may need He will pro -vide, God will take care of you; 

4. No mat - ter what may be the test, God will take care of you; 



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Be - neath His wings of love a - bide, God will take care of you. 

When dan-gers fierce your path as - sail, God will take care of you. 

Noth-ing you ask will be de-nied, God will take care of you. 

Lean, wear-y one, up - on His breast, God will take care of you. 



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No. 13. 



Help Somebody To-day. 



Mrs. Prank A. Breck. 



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1. Look all a-round you, find some one in need, Help some-bod-y to - dayl 

2. Man-y arewait-ing a kind, lov-ing word, Help some-bod-y to - dayl 

3. Man-y have bur-dens too heav - y to bear. Help some-bod-y to- dayl 

4. Some are dis-cour-aged and wear-y in heart, Help some-bod-y to- dayl 

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Then hast a mes-sage, let it be heard, 
Grief is thepor-tion of some ev- 'ry-where, 
Some one the jour- ney to heav -en should start, 

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Help some-bod-y to - day! 

Help some-bod-y to-day! 

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No. 14. 



Somebody Gares. 



Fannie Edna Stafford. copyright, i»io, by homer rodeheaver. 



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1. Some-body knows when your heart aches,And ev-'ry-thing seems to go wrong; 

2. Some-bodycareswhen you're tempted, And yourraind grows diz-zy and dim; 

3. Some-body loves you when wea - ry; Some-bod-y loves yon when strong; 



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Some - bod- y cares when you're weakest, And farth-est a - way from him. 
Al • ways is wait - ing to help you. He watches you— one of the throng. 



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Some-bod-y grieves when you're fall - en, 
Need-ing His friend-ship so ho - ly. 



Ti - red, dis-cour-aged and blue; 
You are not lost from His sight; 
Need-ing His watch-care so true. 



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Some - bod - y wants you to know Him, And know that He dear-ly loves you. 
Some - bod - y waits for your com-ing. And He'll drive the gloom from your night. 
His name? We call His name Je - sus. He loves ev-'ry one, He loves you. 



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No. 15. 



His Love Can Never Fail. 



E. O. BzceU. 



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1. I do not ask to see the way My feet will have to 

2. And if my feet would go a -stray, They can -not, for I 

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2. Just when I need Him, Je-su8 is true, Nev-er for-sak-ing all the way thro'; 

3. Just when I need Him, Je-sus is strong, Bearing my bur-dens all the day long; 

4. Just when I need Him, He is my all, An-swer-ing when up-on Him I call; 



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Giv- ing for bur -dens pleasures a - new, Just when I need Him most. 
For all my sor - row giv - ing a song, Just when I need Him most. 
Ten - der - ly watch-ing lest I should fall. Just when I need Him most. 




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6ail On! 



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1. Up - on a wide and Btorm-y sea, Thon'rt sail-ing to e - ter- ni - ty, 

2. Art far from shore and wea-ry worn— The sky o'er-cast, thy can-vas torn? 

3. Do comrades tremble and re - fuse To fur- ther dare the taunting hues? 

4. Do snarling waves thy craft as - sail? Art pow'rless, drif t-ing with the gale? 



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Harkyel A Toice is to thee borne, "Sail on, sail on, sail on!' 

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No. 18. 



Roll the Stone Away. 



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2. Je-sus is speak-ing to you in song, Asking why have you de-layed so long; 

3. Je-sus is stand-ing by hearts of sin. Knocking and saying, "Let Me come in!" 



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While men are ly - ing in grave-clothes of sin, For whom Jesus died on the cross. 
Rouse then, ye sleeper, and o- pen the door. For Je-sus has pow-er to save. 



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No. 19. 



How Sweet is His Love. 



Rowe. 



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1. When troub-led my soul and when peace I would find, How sweet is the 

2. When faint - ing and help - less I fall in despair, How sweet is the 

3. When dark is the night and when sore - ly distressed, How sweet is the 



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love of Je - sus! When suf-f 'ring with pain, and when sor - row I bear, 
love of Je - susl When long -ing my soul for His com -fort and rest, 



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James Rowe. 



Because I Love Jesus. 



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2. Be -cause I love Je - sus, my Sav-ior and thine, There's peace in my 

3. Tho' loved ones be ta - ken a - way from my side, Tho' rich - es and 

4. Tho' all that is e - vil a - gainst me com-bine, Tho' Sa-tan a- 



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soul, there is comfort di-vine; 'Twill al-ways abide, for the promise is mine, 
hon-or to me be de-nied. Yet if I but trast Him no ill can be-tide, 
round me his snares should entwine. Yet if I am f aith-ful a crown will be mine, 

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Sunshine in the Soul. 

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1. There's sun-shine in my soul to-day, More glo - ri - ous and bright 

2. There's mu - sic m my soul to-day, A car- ol to the King, 

3. There's springtime in my soul to-day, For, when the Lord is near, 

4. There's gladness in my soul to-day. And hope, and praise, and love, 



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And Je - sus, lis-ten-mg, can hear The songs I can -not sing. 
The dove of peace sings in my heart. The flow'rs of grace ap - pear. 
For bless-ings which He gives me now. For joys "laid up" a- bove. 



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I Am Gomin* Home. 



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3. Oh, the mis - er - y my sin has caused me, Naught but pain and 


4. Ful - ly trust - ing in Thy pre - cious prom - ise, With no right - eous- 


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sor - row I have known.Now I seek Thy sav - ing grace and mer - cy, 
ness to call my own, Plead - ing noth - ing but the blood of Je - sus, 
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Saved to the Uttermost. 





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Growing Dearer Each Day. 



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1. How sweet is theloveofmySaviorl 'Tia bound-less and deep as the sea; And 

2. I know He is ev-er be-sideme! E - ter - ni-ty on -ly will prove The 

3. Wher-ev - er Heleadslwillfol-low, Thro' sor- row, or shadow, or sun; And 

4. Some day face to lace I shall see Him, And oh, what a joy it will be To 

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tho' I betriedinthefur-nace, I can say, "Lord, Thy will be it done." 
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2. We love Him for the ten - der touch That made the lep - er whole; 

3. But, clo - ser to His lov - ing self Our hu - man hearts are brought 

4. For their young eyes His sorr'wing face A smile of glad -ness wore; 



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When for the lit - tie chil-dren's sake, Love's sweet-est spell is wrought. 

A smile that for His lit - tie ones, It wear - eth ev - er - more. 



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E. E. Hewitt. 



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1. Sing the won- drous love of Je - bus, Sing His mer - cy and His grace 

2. While we walk the pil - grim path-way,Clouds will o - ver - spread the sky 

3. Let us then be true and faith -ful, Trust-ing.serv -ing ev - 'ry day: 

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But when trav 'ling days are o -ver, Not a shad -ow, not a sigh. 
Just one glimpse of Him in glo - ry Will the toils of life re-pay. 
Soon the pearl - y gates will o - pen, We shall tread the streets of gold, 

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There is Glory in My Soul, 



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1. Since I lost my sins, and I found my Sav - ior There is glo - ry 

2. SinceHecleans'dmy heart, gave me sight for blind-ness, There is glo - ry 

3. Since with God I've walk'd, having sweet com-mun-ie«, There is glo - ry 

4. Since I en - ter'd Canaan on my way to heav- eb, There is glo - ry 

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in my soul! Since He touch'd and heal'd me in lov - ing kind-ness, There is 

in my soul! Brighter grows each day in this heav'n-ly un - ion, There is 

in my soul! Since the day my life to the Lord was giv - en, There is 

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Maud Prazer. 



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1. A Friend have I who standeth near, To com-fort me and still each fear; 

2. In vain may fan-cy strive to trace My Sav-ior's beauty and His grace; 

3. The pre-cious hope I have each day II - lu-mines all my earth-ly way, 

4. With that fair man-sion e'er in view, My pil-grim jour-ney I pur-sue, 

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More fair than I can dream. His face. Whom, hav-ing not seen, I love. 

That He will take me home to stay. Whom, hav-ing not seen, I love. 

And try my Sav - ior's will to do. Whom, hav-ing not seen, I love. 



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The Gifts of God. 



Jessie Brown Pounds. 



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1. His gifts are great -er than my dreams, The gifts of God to me; 

2. I ask a part, He gives the whole— Him-self, and all be - side; 

3. " His ways are ways of pleas-ant - ness. His paths are paths of peace;" 

4. With-in my heart He shall have place To rule and reign su-preme; 



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As count - less as the sun-set's gold-en beams. As bound-less as the sea. 
His lov - ing-kind-ness o - ver-flows my soul, In - rush-ing as the tide. 
His hand is ev - er reaching out to bless; He bids each sor- row cease. 
My voice will ev - er praise Him for the grace Of which I ne'er could dream. 



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2. I have a Friend, I wish you knew Him, too; He came to me, my 

3. I have a Friend your heart will want to know; He shed His blood to 

4. I have a Friend, when toil and cares are o'er, Who waits to greet us 



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His Way With Thee. 



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2. Would you have Him make you free, and follow at His call? Would you know the 

3. Would you in His kingdom find a place of constant rest? Would you prove Him 



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you need nev - er fall? Let Him have His way with thee. His pow'r can make you 

al - ways at your best? Let Him have His way with thee. 



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heav - en a place, Just to be there and to look on His face, 
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2. When I am troub-led by grief and de - spair, Grace nev - er fail - ing a- 

3. When I have traveled the way with my Lord, Count - ing the mile - posts by 




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"Whosoever Will. 



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2. Who-so-ev - er com - eth, need not de - lay, Now the door is o - pen, 

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!So. 35. 



A Sinner Made Whole. 



W. M. Llgbthall. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 




1. There's a song in my heart that my lips can-not sing, 'Tis praise in the 

2. I shall stand one day faultless and pure by His throne, Transformed from my 

3. All the mu - sic of heaven, so per-fect and sweet, Will blend with my 




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im - age, conformed to His own;Then I shall find words for the song of my soul, 
song and will make it complete ; Thro' a - ges un-end - ing the ech- oes will roll, 




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No. 36. I Cannot Help but Love Him. 



Julia A.Williams. 



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2. I can-not help but love Him, He does so much for me; He saves me from temp- 

3. I can-not help but love Him, For sav-ing oth-ers, tool For heal - ing and cre- 

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ta - tion, From bond-age sets me free; Each mo-ment is so pre-cious, So 


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mer - ci-ful and true; 'Tis Je-sus, do you know Him; And will you love Him, too? 
full of joy and love; In - cess-ant-ly 'tis streaming From heav'nly courts a-bove! 
blossom like the rose; His pres-ence like a riv - er Of joy a-round me flows. 

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On to Victory. 









1. Soldiers for whom the Sav-ior bled, On in your Captain'3 foot-steps tread! 

2. Sol-dierbe loy - all on with mel Soon all the hosts of sin will flee, 

3. Now by the ran-som which He gave, And by His tri-umph o'er the grave, 




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Your great reward before you see Shining from on high! Come,bold-ly take the 
Trust in His mighty pow'r to save Firm and faithful be; And when the last dark 



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glo - rious field! You may be slain, but nev - er yield You shall inscribe up- 

hour is nigh, Tears shall not dim the warrior's eye; You shall in death with 



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Coming to Thee. 



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1. Too long have I wandered, too long roamed afar, Un-heeding the beams of 

2. Thy sweet in - vi - ta - tion is cheer-ing my soul, Like music from heav-en 

3. I need the full cleans-ing of Cal - va - ry 's tide; The robe, fair and spotless, 

4. Oh, make me so steadfast, so true and sin -cere, I'll fol-low Thee whol-ly, 


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the bright Morning Star; But still its fair beau-ty is shin - ing for me, So 
the soft ech-oes roll; Thy cross in my ref-uge. Thy promise my plea, For 
Thy grace will pro-vide; Thy riches are boundless, Thy mer- cy is free. So 
dis - miss - ing all fear; My strength and salvation, my vie - to - ry be, For 



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May I be Faithful. 

COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY CHA8. H. GABRIEL- 
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1. The Mas-ter has gone to a dis-tant country And left me a charge to keep, 

2. There's labor for me that no oth - er can do, A place I a - lone can fill; 

3. Shall oth-ers go forth to the field of harvest While I with the i-dlers stand? 

4. The day that shall break for my Lord's appearing.He hath not revealed to me. 



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A work in His vineyard, a field for reaping, A shepherd to guard His sheep. 
Then why shouldl not be among the chosen, Ee - joic-ing to do His will? 
The tal-ent He gave me, shall I not use it, In lol-low-ing His com-mand? 
Yet if He but find me a faith-ful serv-ant A glo - ri - ous day 'twill be, 



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No. 40. The Answering Time Will Gome. 



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2. Ask in the name of Christ thy Lord, The an-swer-ing time will come; 

3. God's Word is sure, it can -not fail, The an-swer-ing time will come; 

4. God will not mock be - liev-ing pray'r. The an-swer-ing time will come; 



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Rest on the prom-ise of "His word. The an-swer-ing time will come. 

The pray'r of faith shall yet pre - vail. The an-swer-ing time will come. 

He knows the bur-den thou dost bear. The an-swer-ing time will come. 






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2. What have you giv-en, broth-er? God gave His on - ly Son, His whole life- 

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timeto suf-ferForsin, by death, a-tone;What have you giv'n?What have you 
promise to us An hundred-fold re-turn; What have you left?What have you 



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giv'n? Your children,your talents, all? Give Him each golden moment,As with bright 
left? The world and its van-i-ties? He left a heaven's glories And joys, un- 







day itt danger; Would you do that, my hearer For Him or one of His? 
gems you've sown it. Your money,tho'ts and deeds all, For His use ev-er-more. 
dreamed of by us, Leave all, take your cross daily, Follow Him ev-er-more. 



No. 42. 
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Sunshine and Rain. 

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2. Had we not a sor - row or a cross to bear, For Him who bore the 

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bright day com-ing by and by; But its bright-ness shall on - ly come to 
sad day com-ing by and by; When the sin - ner shall hear his doom,"de- 

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them^that love the Lord, Are you read - y for that day to come? 
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2. I must needs go on in the blood - sprink-led way, The 

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2. Trust-ing the prom-ise "I will not for-get thee," Onward will I go with 

3. When at the gold -en por-tal3 I am stand-ing. All my trib-u-la-tions, 




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2. In the strength of the Lord let me la - bor and pray, Let me watch as a 

3. Oh, what joy will it be when His face I be -hold Liv-ing gems at His 



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win-ner of souls; That bright stars may be mine in the glo-ri-ous day. When His 
feet to lay down; It would sweet-en my bliss in the cit - y of gold, Should there 







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praise like the sea bil-low rolls. Will there be an-y stars, an-y stars in my crown; 
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Would be of Use to Thee. 



H. N. Lincoln. 



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2. I would serve Thee, blessed Je - sus, At Thy feet I fain would be, 

3. Win-ning souls for Thy dear king-dom; Un - de - serv-ing tho' I be, 

4. the joy of such a serv - ice, — Soon my Mas-ter's face III see; 



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No. 49. Tis so Sweet to Trust In Jesus. 



.. _ _ COPYRIGHT, 1882, BV WM. J. KIRKPATRICK. 

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1. 'Tis so sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just to take Him at His Word; 

2. 0, howsweet to trust in Je - sus, Just to trust His cleansing blood, 

3. Yes, 'tis sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just from sin and self to cease; 

4. I'm so glad I learn 'd to trust Thee, Precious Je - sus, Sav - ior, Friend; 



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Just in sim - pie faith to plunge me 'Neath the heal - ing cleans - ing flood. 
Just from Je - sus sim - ply tak - ing Life, and rest, and joy, and peace. 
And I know that Thou art with me. Wilt be with me to the end. 



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James Rowe. 



Just the Love of Jesus. 

COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY E. O. EXCELl. 
WOROe AND MUSIC. 



Wm. Edie Marks. 



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1. What i3 mak-ing life so sweet and bright to me? Just the love of Je - sus, 

2. What af -fords me shel-ter when the tempest sweeps? Just the love of Je -su9, 

3. What will help me tri-umph in this earth - ly strife? Just the love of Je - sua, 

4. What will lead me safe a -cross the si -lent sea? Just the love of Je - sus. 






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just the love of Je - sus! What has made my soul so peace-ful, full and free? 
just the love of Je - susl What, from day to day, my soul from e - vil keeps? 
just the love of Je - sus! What is more to me than wealth, or fame, or life? 
just the love of Je - sus! What will be my song thro' all e - ter - ni - ty? 



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Loyalty to Christ. 



Dr. e.T.Cassel. 



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1. From - ver hill and plain There comes the signal strain, 'Tis loy-al-ty,loy-al-ty, 

2. hear, ye brave, the sound That moves the earth around, 'Tis loy-al-ty,loy-al-ty, 

3. Come, join our loy-al throng, We'll rout the gi-antwrong,'Tis loy-al-ty,loy-al-tys 

4. The strength of youth we lay At Je-sus' feet to-day, 'Tis loy-al-ty, loy-al- 




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loy-al-ty to Christ; A - rise to dare and do, Ring out the watchword true, 
loy-al-ty to Christ; Where Sa-tan's banners float We'll send the bu-gle note, 
loy-al-ty to Christ; His gos-pel we'll pro-claim Thro'-out the world'sdo-main, 



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Mrs. W.J.Kennedy. 



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Living in the Sunshine. 

COPYRIGHT, 1903, BY H. N. LINCOLN. 
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1. Liv-ing in the sun-shine of the love of God, Tell of Christ, thy Savior, 

2. Liv-ing in the sun-shine will dis-pelthyfears,Give thee songs of gladness, 

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spread His praise abroad; Tell poorwea-ry wand'rers of the world's De-light, 
wipe a-way thy tears; Souls that now are wand'ring far in sin's dark night, 
that the Lord is thine; Winning souls for Je - sus with thy shin-ing light; 

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Thou wilt guide to Je-sus with thy shin-ing light. Liv - ing in the sunshine 

For thy Sav-ior shin-ing thro' the darkest night. Living in the sunshine 

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c. H. a. 



Keep the Heart Sin^ln* 

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COPYRIGHT 1902 BY CHA8. H. GABRIEL. 
COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY E. O. EXCELL. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 




1. We may light -en toil and care, Or a heav-y bur -den share, With a 

2. If His love is in the soul, And we yield to His con-trol, Sweetest 

3. How a word of love will cheer, Kin-die hope, and ban-ish fear. Soothe a 

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word, a kind - ly deed, or sun - ny smile; We may gird - le day and night 
mu - sic will the lone - ly hours be-guile; We may drive the clouds a-way, 
pain, or take a-way the stmg of guile; Oh, how much we all may do, 



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With a ha - lo of de- light, If we keep the heart singing all the while. 
Cheer and bless the darkest day, If wa keep the heart singing all the while. 
In the world we trav-el thro'. If we keep the heart singing all the while. 



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WORDS O MUSIC COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY E. O. EXCELL. 

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2. Since I iieard the voice of Je - sus, Since mine eyes be-held the King, 

3. With His joy my heart is thrill-ing, All my hope in Him I see; 



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May His pres-ence now re - fresh us Like the mom-ing dew from heav'n! 
All my love, my heart's af-fec-tion, All I have, to Him I bring. 
Doubt,and gloom, and fear dis - pel -ling, Christ is All in all to me. 



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He is Able to Deliver Thee. 



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2. 'Tis the grand -est theme in the earth or main; 'Tis the grand - est 

3. 'Tis the grand -est theme, let the ti - dings roll To the guilt - y 



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theme for a mor-tal strain; 'Tis the grandest theme, tell the world a - gain, 
hoart, to the sin - ful soul; Look to God in faith, He will make thee whole, 



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You May Have the Joybells. 



J. Edw. Ruark. 



COPYRIGHT, 1899, BY WM. 



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ring-ing in your heart, And a peace that 
ful -ness you may know, And this love to 
as you jour-ncy home, Grace suf - fi- cient 
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from you nev-er will de-part; Walk the straight and narrow way, Live for 
those a-round you sweet-ly show; Words of kindness al-ways say. Deeds of 
He will give to o - ver-come; Tho' un-seen by mor-tal eye. He is 
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mer - cy do each day, Then He'll keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart, 

with you ev - er nigh, And He'll keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart, 

life is pure and clean, And you keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart. 

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Behold the Bridegroom. 



COPYRIGHT, 18B1, BY R. E. HUD80S. 



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1. Are you readyfortheBridegroom When He comes, when He comes? Are yon 

2. Have your lamps trimm'd and burning When He comes, when He comes;Have your 

3. We will all go out to meet Him When He comes, when He comes; We will 

4. We will chant al - le - lu-ias When He comes, when He comes; We will 




read-y for the Bridegroom When He comes, when He comes, Behold! He cometh! 
lamps trimm'd and burning When He comes, when He comes. He quickly cometh! 
all go out to meet Him When He comes, when He comes. He sure-ly cometh! 
chant al - le-lu-ias WhenHecomes,wuenHecomes;Lo!nowHecomethl 



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He quick - ly com-eth, soul be read-y when the Bridegroom comes. 

He sure - ly com-ethl We'll go to meet Him when the Bridegroom comes, 

lo! now Hecom-eth! Sing al - le - lu - ia! for the Bridegroom comes. 



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Softly and Tenderly. 



BY PER. WILL L. TH0MP60N i. CO., E. LIVERPOOL, O', AND THE THOMPSON MUSIC CO., CHICAGO, ILL. 

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1. Soft - ly and ten-der-ly Je-sus is call -ing, Call-ing for you and for me; 

2. Why should we tar-ry when Je-sus is plead-ing, Pleading for you and for me? 

3. Time is now fleeting, the moments are passing, Passing from you and from me; 

4. OhI for the wonderful love He has promised. Promised for you and for me; 



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Why should we linger and heed not His mercies, Mercies for you and for me? 
Shadows are gathering, death beds are com-ing, Com-ing for you and for me. 
Tho' we have sinn'd, He has mercy and pardon, Pardon for you and for me. 



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Why Not Tonight? 



COPYRIGHT, 1886, BY J. H. HALL. 



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1. do not let the word de-part, And close thine eyes against the light; 

2. To-mor-row"s sun may nev- er rise, To bless thy long de - lud - ed sight; 

3. Our Lord in pit - y lin-gers still. And wilt thou thus His love re- quite? 

4. Our bless-ed Lord re - fus - es none Who would to Him-tbeir souls u - nite; 






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This is the time, oh, then be wise. Be saved, to - night. 

Re - nounce at once thy stub-born will, Be saved, to - night. 

Be - lieve, o - bey, the work is done, Be saved, to - night. 

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COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY E. O. EXCELL, 



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1. Joy-ful-ly march a - long, and shout the song To the earth's re-mot-est 

2. Wan-der-er, far a - way from love to - day, In the sea of sin so 

3. Joy - ful - ly an - gels bring the sig - net ring Of a Fa-ther's pard'ning 

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bound, *'Sal-va-tion'scome, the wand'rer's home,The lost one now is found;" 
low, A call from home now bids you "come,"A - rise and say "I'll go;" 
grace, And roy - al fare, they now pre - pare. Be - fore His smil-ing face, 
rare, With an-gel throng, joui in the song Of joy be-yond com-pare. 



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A crown of life is wait - ing there. And rai-ment white as snow! 
A - way with fears! a - way with tears! Re - ceive His fond em -brace! 
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W. S. Brown. 



As a Volunteer. 



COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY CHA8. H. 
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1. A call for loy-al sol-diers Comes to one and all, Sol-diers for the con- 

2. Yes, Je - sus calls for soldiers, Who are filled with pow'r, Soldiers who will serve 

3. He calls you for He loves you With a heart most kind, He whose heart was brok- 

4. And when the war is o - ver, And the vie - fry won, When the true andfaith- 

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Him Ev-'ry day and hour; He will not for-sake you. He is ev-ernear, 
en, Broken for mankind; Now, just now He calls you, Calls in accents clear, 
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No, 62. 



Scatter Sunshine. 



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2. Slightest ac-tions oft - en Meet the sor-est needs, Forthe world wants 

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pin - ing with a cour - age strong; Go with faith un - daunt - ed 

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You may help re-move, With your songs and courage, Sym-pa-thy and love. 

Thro' the Dls of life; Scat-ter smiles and sun-snine O'er its toil and strife. 







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Is It the Crowning Day? 



COPYRIGHT, mo, BV PRAISE PUBLI8HIN0 CO., PHILA., PA. 

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3. Why should I anx - ious be? 

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Rev. A. H. Ackley. 



You Need the Savior. 



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2. Yea, you need the Sav - ior, For tby wounda of Bin, And the heal - ing 

3. At the fi - nal summons. We must all ap • pear, Each to face the 



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bless-ing Of that pre-cious name; All the peace and com-fort It has 
wa - ter Of His blood poured in: Call and He will save you, Ask and 
rec - ord He is form-ing here; In that court of Jus - tice Naught caa 









brought to me, Je - bus bids me tell you He will give to thee. 
He vfill give Life to ev - 'ry sin -ner, And the pow'r to live. 
set you free, But the blood of Je - sus Drawn from Cal-va - ry. 



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I Will Not ror^et Thee. 



Chas. H. Oabrlel. 




1. Sweet \9 the promise— "I will not forget thee," Nothing can mo-lest or 

2. Trust-ing the promise— "I will not forget thee," Onward will I go with 

3. When at the gold-en por-tals I am standing, All my trib - u - la-tions, 



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Gallin* the Prodigal. 



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2. Pa - tient,lov-ing and ten-der-ly still the Fa-therpleads, Hear, OhearHimcalling, 

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call-ing now for thee; Oh! re-turn while the Spir-it in mer-cy in - ter - cedes, 
call-ing uow for thee; Lo ! the ta-ble is spread and the feast is wait-ing there, 

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Psalm 103. 

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2. He will not for-ev - er chide us, Nor keep an 

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Some Sweet Morn. 



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1. Some sweet morn the day will break, Nev-er-more to sink in night; 

2. Some sweet day the end shall come To our part - ing and our pain; 

3. Some sweet hour our mor-tal frame Shall His glo - rious im-age wear; 

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Some sweet day we'll .all go home, Nev-er-more to part a - gain. 
Some sweet hour our worthless name All His maj - es - ty shall share. 

Some sweet morn we shall a-wake Mid the ev - - er- last-ing light. 



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All the story of His love; And we shall be satisfied; 

Some sweet day onr song shall swell Some sweet day in His embrace 

Loud and sweet as songs above. We shall evermore abide. 



No. 69. 



No Other Friend Like Jesus. 



1»11, RODEHEAVER-ACKLEY CO. 



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1. Have you ev - er tho't there is one who knows, There is no oth - er 

2. Have you turned a-side from the path of life? There is no oth - er 

3. Do you struggle on in a lone - ly road? There is no oth - er 

4. Will you let Him en - ter your way-ward soul? There is no oth - er 

5. Would you meet the ones who have gone be-fore? There is no oth - er 






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friend like Je - sus; Have you kept your faith in the bit - ter strife? 

friend like Je - sns; Is your heart made sad by a heav - y load? 

friend like Je - sus; Will you trust the Christ who can make you whole? 

friend like Je - sus; He can lead y u safe to the oth - er shore. 



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Send the Power A^ain. 



Rev. W. C. Poole. oopyriqht, len, by rodeheaveb-ackley co. ChM. H. Qabriel. 

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2. There was pow'r by which ev'ry tongue conld speak , New life-giving po w'r unto the 

3. There was pow'r to set ev'ry cap-tive free And give to Thy servants lib - er- 

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weak.That sent them the wand'ring ones to seek— Lord, send that pow'r a-gain. 
ty To speak and to pray and work for Thee— Lord, send that pow'r a-gain. 
there, Till we in Thy glo - ry seemed to share— Lord, send that pow'r a-gain. 



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No. 71. 



When Our Hosts to Battle Go. 



COPYRIQHT, 1888, BY J. B. HERBERT. 



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1. Be Thou a-bove the heav-ens, Lord, Ex-alt - ed ver - y 

2. That Thy be - lov - ed peo-ple may From bondage be set free; 

3. Oh, who is he will bring me to The cit - y for - ti - fied? 

4. Help us from troub-le, for the help Is vain which man sup - plies; 



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Oh, who is he that to the land Of E - dom will me guide? 
Thro' God we'll do great acts; He shall Tread down our en - e - mies. 



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Rev. A. H, Ackley. 



B. D. ACkley. 




1. I am liv - ing each day as I jour-ney be - low, In the glo - ry He 

2. When the shadows of time with their trouble and gloom, Would my heavenly 

3. And when I shall cross to the land of the blest, E'en in death His great 




sends from a - bove, He spreads o'er my pathlike a mantle of snow, The 
vis - ion re - move, Then forth from His presence,resplendent there shines, The 
care He shall prove, I'll pil - low my head on the Savior and rest In the 

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He is Able to Deliver Thee. 



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1. 'Tis the grand -est theme thro' the a - ges rung; 'Tis the grand - est 

2. 'Tis the grand -est thenae in the earth or main; 'Tia the grand - est 

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theme for a mor-tal tongue; 'Tis the grandest theme that the world e'er sung, 
theme for a mor-tal strain; 'Tis the grandest theme, tell the world a - gain, 
heart, to the sin - ful soul; Look to God in faith. He will make thee whole, 



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Confidence. 



E. B. Barnes 



Br HOMER RODEHEAVER. 



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1. Walk Thou With me, nor let my footsteps stray A part from Thee, through- 

2. Thro' wear - y years my way hath mi - ry been; My bit - ter tears Tby 

3. No earth-ly foe can give my spir - it fear; No threat'ning woe can 






out life's threat'ning way; Be Thou my guide, the path I can-not see; Close to Thy 

pity - ing eye hath seen; My fainting heart hath heard Thy voice divine;My trembling 

quail when Thou art near;No tempter's snare can turn my steps aside, For, in Thy 



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hand asks but to rest in Thine. Dear Savior, let me trust my hand in Thine, 

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The Same Old Way. 



Mr». W. T. norrli. 



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1. We are trav'ling home by the good old way.By the way our fathers trod; 

2. We at times will chance where the roadways cross, There 'tis^Satan will delay, 

3. Ma - ny stop to look for a bet - ter way, And are swallowed up in night, 

4. 'Twas my father's way, 'twas my mother's way , And'twill be the way for me! 

5. Oh, how glad am I there is just one way, It is nar-row,but 'tis straight; 

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We will join them there in the land of day. And for-ev - er reign with God. 
But we heed the words of the still small voice Saying,"Keep the narrow way." 
While the faithful few, by their steady tread En-ter thro' the gates of light. 
When my journey's done.and my crown is won, By the same old way 'twill be. 
Tho' it leads up-hill we mount upward still T'ward the heav'nly,pearly gate. 

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Rev. Johnson Oatma 
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2. Bold skeptics are sneering at redemption thro' the blood,— They're blasting at the 

3. Our faith in our Sav-ior they de - sire to take a-way,— They're blasting at the 

4 . All vain are their blastings, for they ne vermove the Stone, — They're blasting at the 



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Rock of A - ges! And scholars are saying Christ was not the Son of God! They're 
Rock of A - ges! But, praise Him forever! true to Je-sus we will stay, — They're 
Rock of A - ges! While men are disputing still the Lord is on His throne; The 



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No. 77. 



The Haven of Rest, 



H. L. Qilmour. copyright, less, bv john j. mood, used by per. Qeorge D. Moore. 



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1. My soul in sad ex - ile was out on life's sea, So burdened with 

2. I yield - ed my - self to His ten-der em -brace, And, faith tak-ing 

3. The song of my soul, since the Lord made me whole. Has been the old 

4. Oh, come to the Sav - ior, He pa - tient - ly waits. To save by His 






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sin and distrest, Till I heard a sweet voice say - ing, "make me^your choice." 
hold of the word, My fet-ters fell off, and I an-chored my soul; 
sto - ry so blest, Of Je-sus, who'll save who-so - ev - er will have 
pow-er di-vine; Come, anchor your soul in the hav - en of rest, 



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And I en-tered the ha - ven of rest. 

The ha - ven of rest is my Lord. 

A home in the ha • ven of rest. 

And say, "my Be - lov - ed is mine." 



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No. 78. Tell the Sweet Story of Love. 



Ada Blenkhorn. 



11. n. McOranahui. 




1. If you would rescue a 8oul from its sin, Tell the sweet story of Je - sus; 

2. If you would comfort a sor-row-ing heart, Tell the sweet story of Je - sus; 

3. If you would kindle love's beautiful flame. Tell the sweet story of Je - sus; 

4. Would you make earth like a heaven below, Tell the sweet story of Je - sus; 

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If for God's kingdom a soul you would win. Tell the sweet sto-ry of love. 

Joy - ver-flow-ing His peace will im-part, Tell the sweet sto-ry of love. 

In darkened hearts that have ne ' er heard His name , Tell the sweet story of love. 

Lov-ing- ly, gen-tly,wher-ev-er you go, Tell the sweet sto-ry of love. 



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c. H. a. 



He is So Precious to Me. 



Chas. H. Qabiial. 



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1. So pre-cious is Je - sua, my Sav-ior, my King, His praise all the day long 

2. He stood at my heart's door 'mid sunshine and rain, And pa-tient-ly wait - ed 

3. I stand on the moun-tain of bless - ing at last, No cloud in the heav-ens 

4. I praise Him be-cause He ap-point-ed a place Where, some day, thro' faith i 




with rap - ture I sing; To Him in my weak-ness for strength I can cling, 
an en-trance to gam; What shame that so long He en- treat -ed in vain, 
a shad-ow to cast; His smile is up - on me, the val - ley is past, 
His won- der-ful grace, I know I shall see Him— shall look on His face. 



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We Have an Anchor. 



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fold their wings of strife? When the strong tides lift, and the ca - bles strain, 
cured by the Sav-ior's hand; And the ca-bles, passed from His heart to mine, 
have told the reef is near, Tho' the tempest rave and the wild winds blow, 
cold chill our la- test breath, On the ris - ing tide it can nev - er fail, 
gold, our har-bor bright, We shall an -chor fast by the heav'nly shore. 



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Can de - fy the blast, thro' strength di-vine. 
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No. 81. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



I Am Trustin* Thee. 

COPYRIGHT. 1911, BY ROOEHEiVER-ACKLEY CO. 



B. D. Ackley. 



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1. All my sin to Thee, dear Lord, con-fess-ing, From the heav-y bur -den 

2. Tho' I walk a-mid the shad-ows drear - y, Or, where beams of pleasure 

3. I have found a safe-guard in temp - ta- tion, Close-ly press-ing tho' my 

4. 1 have found a balm for ev - 'ry sor - row, Oil to calm the waves of 

5. Till is fin-ished all my earth -ly sto - ry, Till my ev - er - last-ing 



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Calv'ry's precious blood hath purchased blessing; 
Faith is sing-ing car- ols bright and cheer - y; 
Thou, a-lone,my strength and con-so - la - tion, 
Help a - vail - ing for to - day, to - mor-row; 
Till I look up -on Thy face in glo - ry, 



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Jesus Gomes. 



COPYRIGHT, 1882 AND 1910, BY WM. J. KIRKPATRICK. 

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1. Watch, ye saints, with eyelids wak-ing, Lo, the pow'rsof heav'n are shaking; 

2. Lol the prom-ise of your Sav-ior: Pardoned sin and pur-chased fa - von, 

3. Bang-doms at their base are crumbHng,Hark! His chariot wheels are rumbling; 

4. Na-tions wane, tho' proud and stately, Christ His kingdom hasteneth great-ly; 

5. Lamb of Godl— Thou meek and lowly, Ju-dah's H - on!— high and ho - ly; 

6. Sin-ners, come, while Christ is pleading, Now for you He's in - ter - ced-ing; 



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Keep your lamps all trimmed and burning, Ready for your Lord's re-turn-ing: 
Blood-washed robes and crowns of glory; Haste to tell redemption's sto - ry: 
Tell, tell of grace a- bound-ing,Whilst the seventh trump is sounding: 
Earth her la - test pangs is summing. Shout, ye saints, your Lord is coming: 
Lo! Thy Bride comes forth to meet Thee, All in blood-washed robes to greet Thee: 
Haste, ere grace and time di- min-ished Shall proclaim the myst'ry fin-ished: 



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!So. 83. 



He's Real to Me. 



Es5ek W. Kenyon. copyright, 1907, by arnold 
Slowly, with expression. 



Oliver Arnold, Jr. 






1. He's real to me, my Fa - ther God, I know Him thro' His precious Word; 

2. It's real to me, my Savior's blood, By grace the truth I've un-der- stood, 

3. The Spirit's real, His might-y power Pro-tects me in temp-ta-tion's hour; 

4. His word is real, soul re - joice, It is your bless-ed Sav-ior's voice; 

5. soul. He will be real to thee If thou but claim Ee - al - i - ty; 

6. His prom-ise is so real to me, Of His re - turn Ke - al - i - ty; 







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He's real to me, my Shepherd King, 
It's pow'ro'er sin and flesh - y lust 
In per - feet light He guid - eth me 
It tells you of His con-stant love 
Be real thy -self in ev - 'ry part. 
When I shall see His bless - ed face. 



I see Him now in ev - 'ry-thing. 

Is now so real I ful - ly trust. 
And makes Himself Ee - al - i - ty. 
That in - ter-cedes for you a - bove. 
Ee - al - i - ty will fill thy heart. 
I'll praise Him for His wondrous grace. 



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Let Him In. 



Rev. J. B. Atchinson. 



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3. Hear you now His lov-ing voice? 

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If you wait He will de - part. 
Now, oh, now make Him your choice. 
He will make for you a feast, 

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Let Him in. He is your Friend, He your soul will sure de 

He is stand-ing at your door, Joy to you He will re 

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And His name you will a - dore, 
He will take you home to heav'n, 

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Home of the Soul. 



Mrs. Ellen H. Gates. 



BY PERMISSION. 



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1. I will sing you a song of that beau - ti - ful land, The far a-wayhome 

2. Oh, that home of the soul in my visions and dreams, Its bright, jasper walls 

3. That an-change-a-ble home is for you and for me, Where Je-sus of Naz- 

4. Oh, how sweet it will be io that beau-ti-fol land, Sc free from all sor- 



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of the soul. Where no storms ever beat on the glittering strand, While the years 
I can see; Till I fan - cy but thin - ly the vail in-ter-venes Be - tween 
ar - etb stands. The King of all kingdoms for • ev • er, is He, And he hold- 
row and pain; With songs on our lips and with harps in our hands, To meet 

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of e - ter - ni - ty roll, While the years of e - ter - ni - ty roll; Where no storms 
the fair ci - ty and me. Be - tween the fair cit - y and me; Till I fan- 
eth our crowns in His hands. And He holdeth our crowns in His hands; The King 
one an • oth - er a-gain. To meet one an- oth - er a- gain; With songs 



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but thin - ly the vail in-ter-venes Be -tween the fair cit - y and me, 

all kingdoms for - ev - er is He, And He holdeth our crowns in His hands* 
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My Pather Watches Over Me. 



Rev. W. C. nartln. 

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2. He makes the rose an ob - ject of His care, He guides the ea - gle 

3. I trust in God, for, in the li - on's den On bat - tie-field, or 

4. The val - ley may be dark, the shadows deep, .... But 0, the Shep-herd 



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thro' the pathless air, And surely He Remembers me, — My heav'nly 

in the pris-on pen, Thro'praise or blame, Thro'flood or flame.My heav'nly 
guards His lonely sheep; And thro' thegloom He'llleadmehome,My heav'nly 



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No. 87. Send Thy Spirit. 

KINDNESS OF REV. H. J. ROBERTS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Rev. W. E. Winks. 



Tutif—" Ebenezer .' 
'Tony Botel." 




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hast heard me; light is breaking, Light I^ nev - er saw be -fore; 
my soul, with joy a - wak-ing, Gropes in fear- ful gloom no more, 
ti - tudes,whom Thou art seeking. Seek for Thee this ver - y hour; 
ior, let them hear Thee speaking, Come with soul-con-vert-ing pow'r 



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the bliss! my soul, de - clare it, Say what God has done for thee; 
Lo, He comes — the ransomed own Him; This the song I hear them sing: — 




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Tell it out, let oth - ers share it— Christ's sal - va-tion, full and free. 
"In my heart I will enthrone Him, Christ, my Sav-ior, Lord and King. 






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The Slighted Stranger. 





c. H. a. 


WORDS AND MUSIC COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY CHA6. H. 
E. O. EXCELL, OWNER. 


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1. A Stran - ger stands out - side the door, And longs thy guest to be; 

2. From lone - ly, dark Geth-sem - a - ne, Thro' Pi-late's hall of shame, 

3. Yet still He waits and calls to thee, Al - tho' ye scarce can hear 

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Up - ver era - el Cal - va - ry, To thee in love He camel 

The plead -ing voice, so oft - en has It fall - en on thine ear: 

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De-spisedl re - ject - edi cru - ci - fied! love, grace un - known, 
soul, a - rise and let Him in, Lest from the bolt - ed door 

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1.0- pen my eyes, that I may see Glimpses of truth Thou hast for me; 

2. 0-pen my ears, that I may hear Voi-ces of tnith Thou send-est clear; 

3. 0-pen my mouth, and let me bear Glad -ly the warm truth ev - 'ry- where; 

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And while the wave-notes fall on my ear, Ev - 'ry-thing false will dis- ap-pear. 
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Lift the Gross. 



E. E. Hewitt 



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1. There's an o - ver-com-ingpow'r in the Cross of Christ our Lord ; 

2. 'Tis by faith in Christ a - lone that ■we tri-uniph o - ver sin; 

3. He who (lied on Cal-v'ry'stree is our ev - er - last- ing King; 

4. E - vil hosts may camp a-round, yet our hearts shall nev-er fear, 

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Beautiful Isle. 



Jessie B. Pounds. 




1. Some-where the sun is shin - ing, Some-where the song -birds dwell; 

2. Some-where the day is Ion - ger, Some-where the task is done; 

3. Some-where the load is Uft - ed, Close by an o - pen gate; 



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Some-where the heart is stron-ger, Some-where the guer-don won. 
Some-where the clouds are rift - ed, Some-where the an - gels wait. 






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Count Your Blessings. 



Rev. J. Oatman, Jr. 



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1. When up - on life's bil-lows you are tem-pest- tossed, When you are 

2. Are you ev - er burdened with a load of care? Does the cross seem 

3. When you look at oth-ers with their lands and gold.Think that Christ has 

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heav - y you are called to bear? Count your man-y blessings, ev-'ry doubt will 
promised you His wealth un-told; Count your man-y blessings, mon-ey can not 
couraged, God is o - ver all; Count your man-y blessings, an -gels will at- 



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And you will be singing as the days go by. Connt your blessings, Name them 

Your reward in heaven, nor your home on high. 

Help and comfort give you to your journey's end. 

Count your many blessings, 



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blessings, Name them one by one ; Count your many blessings , See what G od hath done . 






No. 93. 



A Song of Nature. 



COPYRIGHT, mo, BY ACKLEY A RODEHEAVER, 

Edith Sanford Tillotson. rodeheaver-ackley co., owners. 



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2. Na-ture extols the Cre- a- tor above Tells of His wisdom, mightand love, 

3. Nature is teaching us wonderful things, Leaf that unfolds and bird that lingi, 






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Shows us the seasons that pass in their turn. Bids us God's pow'r to learn. 
Ev-'ry-thing tells of His life giv-ing plan Made for the good of man. 

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No, 94. 



Meet Mother in the Skies. 



COPYRIGHT, 1899, BY 



HN F. ELLI8 & CO., WASHINGTON, D. C. 

USED Bf PER. Arr. by W. S. Nlcklei 




1. In a lone -ly grave -yard, ma-ny miles a -way, Lies your dear old 

2. Now the old home, va- cant, has no charms for you; One dear form is 

3. Now in true re - pent - ance to the Sav - ior flee, He who par-doned 

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ab - sent, moth - er, kind and true; Ev - er - more she dwells where 
moth - er, mer - cy has for thee; Now He waits to com - fort, 



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pleas-ure nev - er dies. If you love your moth-er, meet her in the skies. 
He will not de - spise. If you love your moth-er, meet her in the skies. 



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treat - ing, do no long - er roam; Let your man - hood wak- en, 

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heav'nward lift your eyes; If you love your mother, meet her in the skies. 




No. 95. Let the Lower Lights Be Burnin*. 



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1. Bright-ly beams our Fa - ther's mer - cy From His Ught - house ev - er more, 

2. Dark the night of sin has set -tied, Loud the an - gry bil - lows roar; 

3. Trim your fee- ble lamp, my broth - er: Some poor sail - or tem-pest toss'd, 



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For the lights a - long the shore. 
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COPYRIGHT, 1910, BV RODEHEAVER-ACKIEY CO. 



Rev. A. H. Ackley. 




1. The love " of the Christ is so pre - cious, That no mor - tal its 

2. He meets ev - 'ry need with the prora-ise, No good thmg from His 

3. My heart ev - er yearns with a long - mg, To be - hold the great 



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When I See the Kin*. 

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1. "When I be - hold the King Clothed in glo- rious ma]-es-ty, 

2. Crowned King of Cal-va-ry, There He bore my sin and shame, 
3 Washed in mv Sav-iour's blood, I shall pure and spot-less be, 

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I shall re- joiceand sing. Je - sua died for me 

Je- sus died for me, 

Con-qner-ing death for me, " Wonder -fnl" His name 

" Wonderful " His name; 

Cov-ered as with a flood, By His love for me..' 

by His love for me. 




No. 98. 



W. T. Sleeper. 



Ye Must be Born A^ain. 



COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY GEO. C. 8TE8BIN8. 



Qeo. C. Stebblns 



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1. A nil - er once came to Je - sus by night, To 

2. Yechil-dren of men, at -tend to the word So 

3. ye who would en - ter that glo - ri - ous rest, And 

4. A dear one in heav - en thy heart yearns to see. At the 



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sol - emn - ly ut - tered by Je - sus, the Lord, And let not this 

sing with the ran-somed the song of the blest, The life ev - er- 

beau - ti - ful gate may be watch-ing for thee; Then list to the 



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last-ing if ye would ob - tain, "Ye must be bora a - gain." . » 

note of this sol-emn re - frain, "Ye must be bom a - gain." , , 

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Twill Not Be Lon*. 



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2. 'Twill not be long till IshallseelIim,The one who bore the cress for me, (for me,) 

3. 'Twill not be long till He will call me,To cross the silent,moving tide, (the tide,) 



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His gift of love shall be my s to - ry, ^ly song thro' all e-ter-ni-ty. 
'Tis then I'll look be-yond the riv - er, And there behold my Lord and Guide. 




'Twill not be long till Jesus calls me, 'Twill not be long be- fore I sing, (1 sing,) 
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INo. 100. 



The Old Fashioned faith. 



Rev.N. A. ricAulay. copyrioht, ieii, by rooeheaver-ackley co. 



B.D.Ackley. 



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1. I am somewhat old fashioned, I know, When it comes to re-lig-ion and God; 
2.1 be - lieve that the Bible is true, Though the critics have torn it a - part, 
3 I be - lieve our re - lig-ion must be Not a cloak for our mean-ness or shame. 







Ma - ny think I am pain-ful-ly slow Since I walk where my Fathers have trod. 
All its warnings and mir - a-cles too, I do whol - ly ac-cept with my heart. 
But a pow - er from bondage to free, All who trust in that heav-en-ly name. 



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I be-Ueve in re-pent-ance from sin, And that Jesus with - in us must dwell; 
I be-lieve that the Sabbath was made To be sa-cred-ly kept for the Lord; 
I am tell-ing the peo-ple each day. That the sin-ner for-ev - er is lost, 

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I be-lieve that if heav-en we win. We must flee from the terrors of hell. 

And when broken for pleasure or trade We shall miss the e - ter-nal re - ward. 

Who has failed to accept the true way Which was opened at in - fi - nite cost. 






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The Old Fashioned Faith. 



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And I'll praise Him wher-ev - er I go, For cleansing and making me whole. 




No. 101. 



B. E. Hewitt. 




Tis For You and Me. 



COPYRIGHT, 1894, BY E. O. EXCELL 



E. O. Excell. 



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1. There's a par - don full and sweet, 'Tis for you, 'tis for 

2. There's a help for ev - 'ry day, 'Tis for you, 'tis for 

3. There's a robe of snow - y white 'Tis for you, 'tis for 



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Bless - ed rest at Je - sus' feet, 'Tis for you and 

Joy and bless - ing by the way, 'Tis for you and 

There's a home of glo - ry bright, 'Tis for you and 

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INo. 102. 



Never Give Up. 



COPYRIGHT, 1603, BY THE B GLOW & MAIN CO., NEW YORK. 

Fanny J. Crosby. used by permission. I. Allan Sankey. 



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1. Nev-er be sad or de-spond-ing If thou hast faith to be - lieve; 

2. What if thy bur-dens op-press thee; What tho' thy life may be drear; 

3. Nev-er be sad or de-spond-ing, There is a mor-row for thee; 

4. Nev-er be sad or de-spond-ing, Lean on the arm of thy Lord; 









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Grace, for the du - ties be - fore thee, Ask of thy God and re - ceive. 
Look on the side that is bright - est, Pray, and thy path will be clear. 
Soon thou shalt dwell in its bright-ness. There with the Lord thou shalt be. 
Dwell in the depths of His mer - cy. Thou shalt re-ceive thy re - ward. 



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Isaac Watts. 



At the Gross. 



COPYRIGHT, 1886, BY R. E. HUDSON. 



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1. A - las and did my Sav-ior bleed, And didmySov'reign die? Would He de- 

2. Was it for crimes that I have done He groan'dup-on the tree? A - maz-ing 

3. Well might the sua in dark-ness hide, And shut His glo-riesin,When Christ the 

4. But drops of grief can ne'er re -pay The debt of love I owe; Here, Lord, I 



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pit - y, grace unknown, And love be-yond de-gree I At the cross, at the cross 

might-y Mak - er died For man the creature's sin. 

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My Savior first of All. 



J. Crosby. 



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1. When my life work is end- ed, and I cross the swell-ing tide, When the 

2. Oh, the 80ul-thrill-ing rapt-ure when I view His bless- ed face, And the 

3. Oh, the dear ones in glo - ry, how they beck-on me to come. And our 

4. Thro' the gates to the cit - y, in a robe of spot - less white He will 




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bright and glorious morning I shall see, I shall know my Re-deemer when I 
lua - ter of His kind - ly beaming eye; How my full heart will praise Himforthe 
part - ing at the riv - er I re - call; To the sweet vales of E-den they will 
lead me where no tears will ev-er fall; In the glad song of a - ges I shall 






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mer - cy, love and grace. That pre-pare for me a man-sion in the sky. 
sing my wel-come home; But I long to meet my Sav-ior first of all. 
min - gle with de - light; But I long to meet my Sav-ior first of all. 






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No. 105. Shall We Gather At the River? 



R. L. 

Cheerful. 



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1. Shall we gath - er at the riv - er Where bright an - gel feet have trod; 

2. On the mar - gin of the riv - er, Wash - ing up its sil - ver spray, 

3. Ere we reach the shin-ing riv - er, Lay we ey - 'ry bur-den down; 

4. Soon we'll gath- er at the riv - er, Soon our pil-grim-age will cease; 




With its crys - tal tide for - ev - er Flow-ing by the throne of God? 
We will walk and wor- ship ev - er, All the hap - py, gold - en day. 
Grace our spir - its will de - liv - er, And pro - vide a robe and crown. 
Soon our hap - py hearts will quiv - er With the mel - o - dy of peace. 

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Gath-er with the saints at the riv - er, That flows by the throne of God. 
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1. All the way my Sav-ior leads me; What have I to ask be -side? 

2. All the way my Sav-ior leads me, Cheers each wind-ing path I tread, 

3. All the way my Sav-ior leads me; the ful - ness of His love! 

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Gives me grace for ev-'ry tri - al, Feeds me with the Hv - ing bread; 
Per - feet rest to me is prom - ised In my Fa-ther's house a - bove; 

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When my spir - it, clothed im-mor - tal, Wings its flight to realms of 

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Gushing from the Rock be -fore me, Lol a spring of joy I see. 
This ray song thro' end -less a - ges, Je-sus led me all the way. 



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More About Jesus. 



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1. More a -bout Je - sus would I know, More of His grace to oth - ers show; 

2. More a -bout Je - sus let me learn, More of His ho - ly will dis-cern; 

3. More a -bout Je - sus; in His word, Hold-ing com-mun-ion with my Lord; 

4. More a -bout Je-sus on His throne, Rich -es in glo - ry all His own; 

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More of His sav -ing full - ness see. More of His love who died for me. 
Spir - it of God my teach - er be, Show-ing the things of Christ to me. 
Hearing His voice in ev - 'ry line, Mak-ing each faith-ful say - ing mine. 
More of His kingdom'ssure increase; More of His com -ing, Prince of Peace. 



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Mrs. C. H. M. 



The Hallelujah Son*. 



KIRKPATRICK. 



Mrs. C. H. Morris. 



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1. Let those who've nev-er known our Lord and King Go mourn-ing all the 

2. 'Tisheav'n with-in a sin-ner's heart to know His bur - den rolled a- 

3. The blood, the pre-cious blood of God's dear Son Is on my soul to- 

4. Someday be - fore the great white throne we'll sing The bal - le - lu - jah 




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way, his bur - den rolled a - way; His sins like crira-son, made as 

day, is on my soul to - day, And fears and doubt-ings from my 

song, the hal - le - lu - jah song Of praise and hon - or to our 



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And Christ the Lord come in to stay. 
Since Je - sus washed my sins a - way. 

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No Ni^ht There. 



Jobnson Oatman, Jr. 

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1. In yon-der cit - y, Cloud-less and fair, Comes dark-ness nev - er; 

2. Here we have darkness, Long nights of care; No dark-ness yon-der, 

3. Here we have sor-row, Each one his share; No tears in heav-en, 

4. Here we have cross-es That we must bear; No tri - als yon-der, 

5. That Light up yon - der, Ra-diant and fair, Is Christ, our Sav-ior! 




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INo. 110. 

Eleanor W. Long;. 



White Harvest-Pields. 



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2. The fields are white to harvest, but the laborers are few, See, the sun is 

3. The fields are white to harvest, but the laborers are few, Shadows lengthen 
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in the ze-nith — haste a-way I There are sheaves which must be garnered , there is 
soon will come the close of day; If the Savior's blessing you would win when 

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Mas - ter calls for you. Go la - bor in my har- vest-field to - day. 

work for all to do. Go la - bor in the har-rest-field to - day. 

tasks and toils are thro'. Go la - bor in the har- vest-field to-day. 

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The Lord Knows Why. 



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2. 1 may not know why I am led So oft -en in the paths I dread, 

3. I may not know why death should come To take the dear ones from my home, 

4. So.tho' 1 may not un-der-stand The lead-ings of my Father's hand. 



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But tho' my sea be smooth or rough, The Lord knows why, and that's e-nough. 
But, trust-ing Him, I'll press my way; The Lord knows why— I will o - bey. 
But, tho' mine eyes with tears be dim. The Lord knows why— I'll trust in Him. 
I know to all He has the key,— He un - der-stands each mys-ter - y. 







yes, He knows, the Lord knows why These things are ordered from on high; 

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At the Place of Prayer. 



Rev. A. M. Ackley. copyright, ion, by rodeheaveh-ackley co. 



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1. At the place of pray'r I sought Him, When I beard His loT'ing call, 

2. At the place of pray'r I foond Him, With a par • don for my boqI, 

3. At the place of pray'r bow pre-cioas, Is the SaT-ior's keep-ing pow'r, 

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Eneeling there my sins con-less • ing, Je • sns saved me from them all; 

And I cried in my a-maze-ment, "Canst Thou e-ven make me wholel' 

For the com - fort of His Spir - it, Is my joy of life each hour; 



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And my gnilt - y heart so bur-dened, Was set free from earth-ly care, 
Pointing to His cross He answered, "I for thee have suffered there," 
All the past His blood has cov-ered, Ev • 'ry bur-den He will share, 




For 1 found His grace suf - fi - cient, Kneeling at the place of 
So by faith I found re - damp - tion, Eneel-ing at the place of 
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Jesus is Galling. 



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1. Je-sus is ten-der - ly calling thee home— Calling to-day, callmg to-day; 

2. Je-sus is call-ing the wea-ry to rest — Calling to-day, calling to-day; 

3. Je-sus is waiting, oh, come to Him now— Waiting to-day, waiting to-day; 

4. Je-sus is pleading, oh, list to His vo'ce-Hear Him to-day, hear Him to-day; 

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Why from the sunshine of love wilt thou roam Far-ther and far-ther a - way? 
Bring Him thy burden, and thou shalt be blest; He will not turn thee a - way. 
Come with thy sins, at His feet low-ly bow; Come, and no long-er de - lay. 
They who be-lieve on His name shall rejoice; Quickly a - rise and a - way. 



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'But for a Moment.' 



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2. "Far more ex - ceed - ing" the heav-en - ly glo - ry — Suf-fer-ings 

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Cleanse me, I pray; Send me to - day — Send me forth some soul to win. 
Teach me, I pray, Thy will o - bey, Love and serve Thee to the end. 



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The veil that hides, and I shall understand. Yes, some sweet mora, in yonder 



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2. No friend like Him is so high and ho - ly, No, not one! no, not one! 

3. There'snot anhourthat He is not near us, No,notone! no,netone! 

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My Father Knows. 




1. I know my heav'nly Fa-ther knows The storms that would my way oppose; 

2. I know my heav'nly Fa-ther knows The balm I need to soothe my woes, 

3. I know my heav'nly Fa-ther knows Row frail I am to meet my foes, 

4. I know my heav'nly Fa-ther knows The hour my journey here will close. 



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And with His touch of love di- vine, He heals this wounded soul of mine, 
But He my cause will e'er de-fend. Up - hold and keep me to the end, 
And may that hour, faith-ful Guide Find me safe shel-tered by Thy side, 



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No. 119. None of Self, and All of Thee! 



Theodore Monod. 



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2. Yet He found me; I be -held Him Bleed-ing on th'ac-curs-ed tree, 

3. Day by day His ten -der mer - cy, Heal-ing, help-ing, full and free, 

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Heard Him pray, "Forgive them. Father!" And my wist-ful heart said faint-ly, 
Sweet and strong, and, ah! so pa-tient, Bro't me low-er, while I whispered, 
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More Like the Master. 



Chas. H. Qabrlel. 




1. More like the Mas- ter Iwouldev-er be, More of His meek-ness, 

2. More like the Mas - ter is my dai-ly prayer; More strength to car-ry 

3. More like the Mas - ter I would live and grow; More of His love to 




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cross -es I must bear; More earn-est ef - fort to bring His king- dom 

oth - ers I would show; More self -de -ni - al, like His in Gal - i- 
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Lord, I nowim-plore, Wash me and keep me Thine for-ev-er-more. 

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No. 121. 



E. R. Stokes, D. D. 



Pill Me Now. 



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2. ThoucanstfiU me, gracious Spir • it, Tho' I can - not tell Thee how; 

3. I am weakness, full of weakness, At Thy sa - cred feet I bow; 

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If you wouldbaveyoursoul refresli'd, Witb rain that falls from beav - en, 

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You must pray thro' like all the rest. And showers shall be giv - en. 

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Anywhere With Jesus. 



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1. I'll go an - y-where, my Sav - ior, If Thou wilt make it clear; I will 

2. I'll do an - y-thing, my Sav - ior, That hon-or brings to Thee; I will 

3. I'll be an - y-thing, my Sav -ior, In sta-tionhigh or low; I will 

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No. 124. 



Peace Like a River. 




1. O, peace like a riv - er is flow-ing to-day, For Je - sua hath 

2. There's peace like a riv - er, be-cause He is near; No tri - al, but 

3. There's peace like a riv - er, be-cause He knows best AVhen sunshine or 



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cloud I may need; I'm safe, when I lean on His mer- ci- ful breast, 

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No. 125. 

Psalm 17. 



Our Need of Divine Help. 

COPrRIQHT, 1897, BY J. B. HERBERT. 



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2. Up - on Thee I have called, God, Be - cause Thou wilt me hear; 

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That Thou mayst heark-en to my speech, To me in - cline Thy ear. 

Dost save all those who trust in Thee From such as them with-stand. 



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No. 126. 



It Is Jesus. 



T. O. Cbisbolm. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 




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2. What words of grace and truth He speaks, Ne'er heard on earth be-fore: 

3. They lead Him forth to Cal - va - ry,— see Him bleed and die! 

4. But lol what wondrous thing is done? The grave has lost its dead I 

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The bur -denedsin-ner hears that voice, And feels his sins no more. 
His parch - ed Ups are plead - ing now For those who cru - ci - fy! 
To weep - ing ones He re - ap-pears, When all their hopes had fled. 



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The hun - gry, weary, sick and sad In crowds a-bout Him press, — To 
He calls the dead to life a-gain. Bids winds and bil- lows cease, — None 
His head is bowed, the cup has passed, His Spir- it finds re - lease, — He 
He lin - gers but a lit - tie while, To com - fort and to bless; The 

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oth - er man such works hath done, — What manner of man 

suf - fered thus for you and me,— What manner of man 

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Somebody. 






1. Some-body did a gold-en deed, Prov-ing him-self a friend in need; 

2. Some-body tho't 'tis sweet to live, Will - ing - ly said, "I'm glad to give;" 

3. Some-body i - died all the hours, Care-less - ly crush'd life's fairest flow'rs, 

4. Some-body fill' d the day with light, Con-stant-ly chased a - way the night; 



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Some-body fought a val - iant fight, Brave-ly he lived to shield the right, — 
Some-body made life loss, not gain, Tho't-less-ly seemed to live in vain, — 
Some-body'swork bore joy and peace, Sure-ly his life shall nev - er cease, — 




No. 128. 



My Mother. 



Rev. A. H. Ackley. copyright, isii, by rodeheaver-ackley co. 



B. D. Ackley. 



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2.'Twa3 the voice of my dear mother,Fall of love and sym-pa-thy, That so 
3. Tho' my mother has de-part - ed, Still I feel her spir - it near, As she 



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moth-er, with her tender care for me, For the face of years for-got-tea 

oft - en cheered my heart vrhen sad and lone, For I felt the need of Je - sus, 
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And her constant pray'rfor me Led my wand' ring footsteps to my Father's home. 

For I long to meet her there, And to see the Christ who bought me f or H is own. 

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EUzabeth Mills. 



USED BY PERMISSION. 



William Miller. 






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1. land of rest, for thee I sigh! When will the mo-ment come 

2. To Je-sus Christ I fled for rest; He bade me cease to roam, 

3. I sought at once my Sav-ior's side, No more ray steps shall roam; 



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When I shall lay my ar-mor by, And dwell in peace at home? 

And lean for sue -cor on His breast Till He con-duct me home. 

WithHiml'IIbravedeath'schill-ing tide. And reach my heav'n-ly home. 

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No. 130. It's Just Like His Great Love. 



Edna R. Worrell. 



Clarence B. Stroaie. 



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1. A friend I have call'd Je - sus Whose love is strong and true, And nev - er 

2. Sometimes the clouds of trou-ble Be -dim the sky a-bove, I can -not 

3. When sorrow's clouds o'ertake me, And break up-on my head, When life seems 

4. I could sing for - ev - er Of Je - sus' love di - vine, Of all His 






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see my Sav- ior's face, I doubt His wondrous love; But He, from heaven's 
worse than use - less, And I were bet - ter dead; I take my grief to 
care and ten - der - ness For this poor life of mine; His love is in and 



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mer-cy-seat Be -hold -ing my de - spair. In pit - y bursts the 

Je - sus then, Nor do I go in vain. For heav'n-ly hope He 

- ver all And wind and waves o - bey. When Je - sus whis - pers 



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guilt to Him, The sin-clouds roll'd a - way. 

clouds between, And shows me He is there. I'ts just like Je - sus to 

gives that cheers, Like sunshine af - ter rain. 

'Peace be still" And rolls the clouds a - way. 



It's Just Like His Great Love. 



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No. 131. 

London Hymn Book. 



S. C. Poster. 



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1. Gone from ray heart the world with all its charm; Gone are my sins and 

2. Once I was lost up - on the plains of siu; Once was a slave to 

3. Once I was bound, but now I am set free; Once I was blind, but 
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all that would a- larm; Gone ev - er-more, and by His grace I know The 

doubts and fears within; Once was a-fraid to trust a lov--ing God, But 

now the light I see; Once I was dead, but now in Christ I live, To 
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pre-cious blood of Je-sus cleanses white as snow 

nowrny guilt is washed a-way in Je- sus' blood. I love Him, I love Him, 

tell the world the peace that He a-lone can give. 






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No, 132. The Good Old-Fashioned Way. 

COPYRIGHT, 1803, BY E. O. EXCELL. W0RD8 AND MUSIC. 

Rev. J. Oatman, Jr. international copyright securer 



E. O. Excell. 




1. I am on the Gos-pel high-way, Press-ing for-ward to the goal, 

2. From the snares of sin-ful pleas-m'e. Here my feet are al- ways free; 

3. Ma -ny friends have gone be -fore me, They have laid their ar-mour down, 

4. Just a few more steps to fol-low, Just a few more days to roam; 




Where for me a rest re-main -eth In the home-land of the soul: 

Tho' the way may be called nar-row. It is wide e-nough for me; 

With the pil-grims and the mar-tyrs Have obtained a robe and crown; 

But the way grows more de-light - ful As I'm draw -ing near - er home; 






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It was wide e-nough for Dan- iel, And for Da - vid in His day; 
On this road they fought their battles, Shout -ing vie -fry day by day. 
When the storms of life are o - ver, And the clouds have rolled a - way, 



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In the good old - fash-ioned way, 

In the good old - fash-ioned way 

In the good old - fash-ioned way 



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The Good Old Fashioned Way. 



In the good old - fash-ioned way, In the good old - fash-ioned way, 






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The ^hinin^ Shore. 



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1. My days are glid- ing swift -ly by, And I, a pil-grira 

2. Should coming days be dark and cold, We need not cease our 

3. Let sor-row'srud- est tem-pests blow, Each cord on earth to 



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Would not de-tain them as they fly! Those hours of toil and 
That per - feet rest naught can mo - lest, Where gold - en harps are 
Our Kingsays,"Come," and there's our home, For-ev - er, for 
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When Love Shines In. 

COPYRIGHT, 19C2. BYWM. J. KIRKPATRICK. 
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1. Je - sus comes with pow'r to gladden, When love shines in, 

2. How the world will glow with beauty, When love shines in, 

3. Bark-est sor-row will grow brighter, When love shines in, 

4. We may have un-fad-ing splendor, When love shines in. 



Ev - 'ry life that 
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Tri - als may be sane - ti - fled, 

'Tis the glo - ry that will throw 

When earth-vict'ries shall be won. 



woe can sad-den,When love shines in. 

joice in du - ty, When love shines in. 

bur - den light-er, When love shines in. 

true and ten-der, When love shines in. 



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Love will drive the gloom away, Turn our darkness into day , When love shines in. 
And the soul in peace abide, Life will all be glo - ri-fied. When love shines in. 
Light to show us where to go ; , the heart shall blessing know , When love shines in. 
And our life in heav'n begun. There will be no need of sun, When love shines in. 



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No. 135. One Thin* Needful. 



COPYRIGHT, 1911, 

Words arranged. 
Duet. Soprano and Tenor. 


BY RODEHEAVER i HERBERT. 

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2. Do not waste on tri-fling c 

3. God is call - ing from on li 

4. Do not grieve your Lord a - > 

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While in all the range of thought The one thing need-ful 

Earth-ly joys, trust them not! The one thing need-ful 

Come, ac-cept Him as you ought; — The one thing need-ful 

Yet He loves you, wondrous thought! — The one thing need-ful 

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War Cry, copyright, 1804, by l. l. pickett. 

Slow and solemn. Effective as a solo. 



L. L. Pickett. 



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1. I dreamed that the great Judgment MorningHad dawned.and the trumpet had blown; 

2. The rich man was there, but his mon-ey Had melt-ed and vanished a - way; 

3. The wid - ow was there and the orphans, God heard and remembered their cries; 

4. The mor-al man came to the judgment. But his self-righteous rags would not do; 



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I dreamed that the nations had gathered To judg-ment before the white throne. 
A pau-per he stood in the judg-ment, His debts were too heav-y to pay. 
No sor - row in heav-en for - ev - er, God wiped all the tears from their eyes. 
The men who had cru-ci-fied Jq - sus Had passed oft as mor-al men too, 







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From the throne came a bright shining angel And stood on the land and the sea, 
The great man was there, but his greatness When death came was left far behmd, 
The gambler was there and the drunkard, And the man who had sold them the drmkj 
The souls that had put off salvation— "Not to-night; I'll get saved by-and-bye; 



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And swore with his hand j*aised to heaven. That time was no long-er to be. 
The an - gel that opened the re-cords. Not a trace of his greatness could find. 
With the people who gave him the license— To - geth - er in'hell they did sink. 
No tune now to thmk of re -li-gion!" At last they had found tune to die. 

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The Great Judgment Morning. 






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And oh, what a weep-ing and wail - ing, As the lost were told of their fate; 

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Jesus Died for Me. 



Bathurst. 

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1. Great God, when I ap-proach Thy throne, And all Thy glo - ry see, 

2. How can a soul, con-demned to die, Es-cape Thy just de - cree? 

3. Bur-dened with sin's op - press - ive chain, how can I get free? 

4. And, Lord, when I be -hold Thy face, This must be-all my plea: 

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al-might - y grace, For Je - sus died 



No. 138. 



The Pi^ht is On, 



Mrs. C. H. M. 



Mrs. C. H. Morris. 



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1. The fight is on, the trum - pet sound is ring -ing out, The cry "To 

2. The fight is on, A -rouse, ye sol - diers brave and truel Je - ho - vah 

3. The Lord is lead - ing on to cer - tarn vie - to - ry; The bow of 






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anus!" is heard a - far and near; The Lord of hosts is march -ing 
leads, and vie - fry will as - sure; Go, buck- le on the ar - mor 

prom - ise spans the east - em sky; His glo - rious name in ev - 'ry 



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God has giv - en you. And in His strength un - to the end en - dure, 
land shall hou- ored be; The morn will break, the dawn of peace is nigh. 






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Where He Leads Me. 



E. W. Blandly. 



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1. i can hear my Sav - ior call - ing, 

2. I'll go with Him thro' the garden, 

3. I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, 

4. He will give me grace andglo - ry, 
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I'll go with Him thro' the garden, 
I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, 
He will give me grace and glo - ry, 



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I can hear my Sav -ior call -ing, "Take thy cross and fol-low, fol - low me." 
I'll go with him thro' the garden, I'll go with Him, with Him all the way. 
I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, I'll go with Him, with Him all the way. 
He will give me grace and glo - ry. And go with me, with me all the way. 



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INo. 140. 



Sin^in^ All the Time. 



D. R. van Sickle. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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2. My heart is sing-ing all the time, Let come what may, 

3. My heart is sing-mg all the time, Tho' struggling here, 




I can - not doubt, 
'tis but His will, 
my home's above, 

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For Je-sus is 
For Je - sus is 

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a Friend of mine. And cares for 
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call up - on His name, And how bless - ed are the prom - is - es which 
lean up - on His arm, For He's pa-tient, lov - ing, ten- der, and will 
'■ ;ht of Cal - va - ry. And its joys have lost their sweet-ness since the 







in His book I claim. My heart is sing-ing, sing-ing all the time. For 
shield me from all harm. My heart is sing-ing, sing-ing all the time, For 
light shone m - to me. My heart is sing-ing, smg - mg all the time, For 



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No. 141. 

Anon. 



Hear Our Prayer. 



John Adcock. 






1. Hear us, heav'nly Fa-ther, Thou whose gentle 

2. Par - don our of - fen - ces; Guard us from all 

3. Let not sin be -guile us From Thy paths to 



care Tends the young and 
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mer - cy Keep us night and day. 



Hear our prayer! Fa-ther, hear! 
Hear our prayer! Fa-ther, hear! 
Hear our prayer! Fa-ther, hear! 




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My Ain Gountrie. 



Mary Lee Demarest. 



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gow-den gates 0' heav-en \_Omit ] > an' my ain countrie. 

hear the an-gels sing-in' [Omit ] in my ain countrie. 






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I've His gude word 0' promise that some gladsome day, the King 

To His ain royal palace His banished hame will bring; 

Wi' een an' wi' hert rinnin' owre, we shall see 

The King in His beauty, in oor ain countrie. 

My sins hae been mony, an' my sorrows hae been sair; 

But there they'll never vex me, nor be remembered mair: 

For His bluid has made me white, an' His han' shall dry my e'e, 

When He brings me hame at last, to my ain countrie. 

He is faithfu', that hath promised, an' He'll surely come again. 

He'll keep His tryst wi' me, at what oor I dinna ken; 

But He bids me still to wait, an' ready aye to be. 

To gang at ony moment to my ain countrie. 

Sae i'm watching aye, and singin' 0' my hame, as I wait, 

For the soun'in' 0' His fitfa' this side the gowden gate: 

God gie His grace to ilka ane wha' listens noo to me. 

That we a' may gang in gladness to oor ain countrie. 



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No. 143. 



Dear Little Stranger. 



Chas. H. Qabriel. 



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2. An - gel3 de-scend - ing, o - ver Him bend ■: ing, Chant-ed a ten- der and 

3. Dear lit - tie Stran - ger, born in a man - ger, Mak - er and Monarch, and 

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si - lent refrain; Then a won-der-ful sto - ry told of His glo - ry, Un - to the 

Sav-ior of all; I will love Thee for-ev - er! grieve Thee? no, never! Thou didst for 

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Nellie Talbot. 



I'll Be a Sunbeam. 

To my grandson, Edwin 0. Excell, Jr. 



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2. Je - BUS wants me to be lov - ing, And kind to all I see; 

3. I will ask Je - sus to help me To keep my heart from sin; 
4 I'll be a sun-beam for Je - bus; I can if I but try; 



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Ev - er re - flect-ing His good - ness, And al-ways shine for H'm. 

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Little Evangels. 

COPYRIGHT, 1806, By CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 
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2. Lit - tie e - van-gels for Thee, dear Sav-ior, Strew-ing glad Bless-ings a- 

3. Lit - tie e - van-gels for Thee, dear Sav-ior, Faith-ful and loy - al through 




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march to -geth - er, 

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Swin.^ Son* 



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1. Who wants to travel to Tree Top Land?Who wants to ride with a jol - ly band? 

2. Who wants to see where the Robin lives? Who wants the pleasure that flying gives? 

3. Who wants a peep intoCIoudland bright?Who wants to follow the sunbeams' light? 

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Who loves to hear what the soft breezes sing! Come then with us in the swingl 
Come then, the fare is the song that we bring, Come take a trip in the swingl 

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Let the Sunshine in. 



Ada Blenkhorn. 



COPYRIGHT, 1896, BY CHA3. H. GABRIEL. 
E. O. EXCELL, OWNER. 



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2. Doesyourfaithgrowfaint-er in the cause you love? Are your prayers un- 
3. Would you go re - joi - cing in the up -ward way, Know-iiig naught of 

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an - swered by your God a r bove? Clear the dark-ened windows, o - pen 
dark-ness, dwell-ing in the day? Clear the dark-ened windows, o - pen 



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Adam Craig. 



Be a Hero. 



Chas. H. Qabriel. 



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Be a he - ro! In the dark-ness and the light, Fight like Da-vid for the right. 
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Sunshine and Rain. 



COPYRIGHT, 1002, BY CHAS. H. 
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Chas. H. Gabriel. 




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2. Had we not a sor - row or a cross to bear, For Him who bore the 

3. Can we prize the sun-shine and de-plore the rain, Re - pin - ing when the 

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bur- den of onr sin. Would we know the sweetness of His love and care, 

days are dark and drear? Can we hope for pleasures, yet de-ny the pain, 

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Or e - ven strive e - ter - nal joys to win? Sun - shine and rain 

Or share the joys of life with -out the tear? 



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His Holy Temple. 

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ISO. 151. 



E. 5. Tillotson. 



Jack Frost. 



COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY RODEHEAVEB-ACKLEV CO. 



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1. Jack Frost has been a - round a - gain, He's nipped the sum-mer flow'rs, 

2. He's turned the leaves that once were green, To red and gold and brown, 

3. He loves to pinch our ros - y cheeks, Our fin - gers and our toes, 



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E. S. Tillotson. 



The Raindrops. 



COPYRIGHT, 19t1, BY BOCEHEAVER-ACKLEV CO. 






B. D. Ackley. 



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1. See the lit - tie rain-drops, falling, falling. On each pret-ty thirst-y flower, 

2. Down they hast-en, gai-ly, falling, falling, Rushing to the brook-lets brink, 

3. Do the lit - tie rain-drops, falling, falling, Bring a joy to some-one's heart, 



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For they heard its sweet voice calling, calling, "Come, for I need a drink." 
When they hear the voic - es calling, calling, Down from the clouds they start. 

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The School Bell. 



E. S. Tillotson. COPYRIGHT, -en, by RODEHEAVER-ACKLEY CO. 



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Jesus Loves Me. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 



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1. Je - sus loves me! this I know, For the Bi - ble tells me so; 

2. Je - sus loves me! He who died, Heav-en'sgate to o - pen wide; 

3. Je - sus loves me! loves me still, Tho' I'm ver - y weak and ill; 

4. Je - sus loves me! He will stay Close be -side me all the way; 



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Lit - tie ones to Him be - long, They are weak but He is strong. 
He will wash a - way my sin, Let Lis lit - tie child come in. 
From His shin - ing throne on high. Comes to watch me where I lie. 
If I love Him when I die, He will take me home on high. 

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INo. 155. 



Ne Game to Save Me. 



COPYRIGHT, 1885, BYWM. J. KIRKPATRICK. Wm. J. KirkpStrick. 

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/ When on the cross He bled and died, [Ornzi ] He came to save me. 

^ In my poor heart He deigns to dwell, He came to save me; 

\ praise His name, I know it well, {_Ovfiit ] He came to save me, 

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I'm so glad, I'm so glad, I'm so glad that Jesus came. And grace is free; 

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And trusting Him, I fear no ill. To Him my heart looks up and sings, 

He came to save me. He came to save me. 



No. 156. 

Phoebe Cary. 



They Dsdn't Think. 

COPYRIGHT, 1911, BV E. O. EXCELL. 



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2. Once there was a rob - ia lived out-side the kitchen door, Who want-ed so to 

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trouble comes from sim-pIy do -ing wrong? And can't you take a warn - ing from 

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mouse and robin's fate? For they be-gan their think-ing when it was too late. 




So he walked in bold - ly — no-bod-y was in sight; First he took a 
"I don't care," said rob -in, andgavehis tail a fling; "I don't think the 
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fore he'd time to blink; "Oh," he cried, "I'm sor - ry, but then, I did-n't think.' 
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No. 158. 



The Sniy Little Duck. 



Ida M. Budd 

Alto Solo, 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. A down-y lit - tie duckling Went waddling off one day; He did-n't like the 

2. The oth-er lit - tie ducklings Looked at him rue-ful-ly, And felt quite grieved to 

3. The wa-ter in the duck-pond Looked cool and nice to him; The morning was so 

4. He caught a great big June-bug, As fat as fat could be; But then it was-n't 

5. And then this lonely duckling, What did he, do you thmk? He took that bug and 




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Bee him walk A-way so scorn-ful -ly. "Quack! quack!" they said, as if to make A- 
ver - y fine, He tho't he'd take a swim: So, in he plunged, but to himself Soon 
an - y fun With no one there to see; He wished the otherduckswouldcome, As 
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mends for all their lack; But he had grown so dig-ni-fied He wouldn't e- ven quack, 
said that he must own That it was ver-y tame indeed To swim a-round a-lone. 
oft they had in play , And chase him round , and round, and round , To get the bug away, 
take that bug a - way, He tho't it was the greatest fun He'd had for many a day. 



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won - der if small boys and girls Would ev - er act that way? 




No. 159. 



Slumber Son^. 



F. L. Robertshaw. 




1. Sleep, ba- by, sleep! Sleep, darling, sleep! Gen-tly 

2. Sleep, ba - by, sleep! Sleep, darling, sleep! Birds with-in 

3. Sleep, ba - by, sleep! Sleep, darling, sleep! Flocks are si 

4. Sleep, ba - by, sleep! Sleep, darling, sleep! One there is 



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Night is dropping from the sky; Sleep, ba - by, sleep! Sleep, dar- 

Now are seek-ing down-y rest; Sleep, ba- by, sleep! Sleep, dar- 

Rov - ing winds to slumber yield; Sleep, ba - by, sleep! Sleep, dar- 

He will guard thy life from ill; Sleep, ba - bv, sleep! Sleep, dar- 

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Son^ to the Tla^. 



i. D. Ackley. 






1. Ban- ner bright with thy col - ors shin - ing o'er us, 

2. Crim - son bars, you can speak to us of cour - age, 

3. Star-gemmed flag, may thy chil - dren long re - mem - ber, 



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S. F. A. 



He's Counting On You. 



COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY 



Rev. S. F. Ackley. 



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1. You are one of the number, Whom Christ has called to bear The tidings of sal- 

2. You are one of the number, Whom God has called to bless With heirship in His 

3. You are one of the number, Whom Christ wassent to save, That you might enter 

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kmgdom Thro ' Christ's own righteousness; Go in the strength of Jesus Go yield and 
glo - ry, e - ter-nal - ly to live; You are your brother's keeper. To Christ, will 

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No. 162. 



Gome, Thou fount. 

COPYRIGHT, tSSO, BY E. O. EXCEIL. 



B. O. Excell. 



Alto. 1. Come,Thou Fount of ev-'ry bless-ing, Tune my heart to sing Thy grace; 
Tenor. 2. Here I raise my Eb - en - e - zer;Hith-er by Thy help I'm come; 

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Streams of mer - cy, nev - er ceas - ing, Call for songs of loudest praise. 
And I hope, by Thy good pleas- ure, Safe - ly to ar- rive at home. 



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Here's my heart, take and seal it, Seal it for Thy courts,Thy courts a-bove. 



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No. 163. Because His Name is Jesus. 



Arr. by E. O. B. 



B. O. Excell. 




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1. In vain I've tried a thou-sand ways My fears to quell, my hopes to raise, 

2. My soul is night, my heart is steel, I can -not see, I can -not feel; 

3. He died for me, He lives, He pleads. There's love in all His words and deeds; 

4. Tho'some will scorn, and some will blame, I'll go with all my guilt and shame, 



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For light, for life, I must ap- peal To Je - sus, to Je - sus. 

There's all a guilt - y sin -ner needs In Je - sus, in Je - sus. 

I'll go to Him be -cause His name Is Je - sus, is Je - sus. 



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Somebody Knows. 



WORDS AND MUSIC COPYRIGHT, 1908. Bi' F. G. FISCHER. 

Alfred H. Ackley. copyright, ibod, by f. q. fischer. 

Legato. 



B. D. Ackley. 



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1. Failing in strength when opprest by my foes, Somebody knows, Somebody knows; 

2. Why should I fear when the care-billows roll ?Somebody knows.Somebody knows; 

3. Wounded and helpless and sick with distress, Somebody knows, Somebody knows; 




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When thedeep shadows sweep over my soul, Somebod-y knows, 'Tis Je - sus. 
Long-ing for home and a mother's ca-ress, Somebod-y knows, 'Tis Je - sus. 



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He Will Not Let Me Tall. 



Rev. A. H. Ackley. 



B. D. Ackley. 



1. My faith temp-ta - tion shall not move, For Je - sus knows it all, 

2. When grief is more than I cap, bear— Too weak am I to call— 

3. Some-times I fal - ter filled with fear, I can - not see at all, 

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And holds me with His arm of love— He will not let me fall. 
If I but lift my heart in pray'r, He will not let me fall. 
His voice I nev - er fail to hear— "I will not let thee fall.'' 



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No. 166. Make Me Pure. 

To My Wije. 

WORDS AND MUSIC COPYRIGHT, 1905, Br E. O. EXCELL. 
B. O, B. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED. 



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2. Thy grace I claim from day to day; Thy blood to wash my guilt a -way; 

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Thy -self to teach me how to pray; make me pure, make me pure. 

Thy pres-ence. Lord, I need it so. To keep me pure. To keep me pure. 



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Sweet and Low. 



Alfred Tennyson. 

Larghetto. 



Joseph Barnby. 




1. Sweet and low, sweet and low, Wind of the west - era sea. Low, low, 

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wa - ters go; Come .... from the moon, and blow; 

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come to his nest; Sil - ver sails out of the west; . 



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Homeward. 

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1. Homeward I go re - joic - ingl love - ly prom-ised land! 

2. Homeward to meet the Sav - iour On that e - ter - nal shore; 

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Won-der - f ul land of Ca - naan, Where sor-rows come no more. 
In that e - ter - nal cit - y, Where God him - self is light. 



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Happy Son^-Land. 



COPYRIGHT, 1903, BY E. O. EXCELL, 



C. A. Havens. 



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Rest-ing comes in home on high ; We shall j oin in praia - es there , In that hap-py 
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■y PER. OF WILL L. THOMPSON A CO., OWNERS OF COPYRIGHT. 

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Lead me gen-tly home, Fathe; , Lead me gen- tly home, When life's toils are 
Lead me gen-tly home, Father, Lead me gen -tly home. In life'sdark-est 

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2. Tho' 1 grieved my dear Ee-deem - er By long years of doubt and sin, 

3. Tho' His Spir - it I re - sist - ed Heed-ing not his lov - ing call. 



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When he knocked I would not list - en, Long re - fused to let Him in, 
Tho' I spurned His pre-cious cleansing, That He free - ly of-fers all, 



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Still He ten - der - ly re-ceived me, When my sin I did con-fess, 
Tet at last in true con - tri-tion; Down be - fore His cross I fell, 

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Gave me peace that passeth knowledge; Now my mother's Christ I bless. 
Where I found the full sal - va - tion, That my moth-er knew so well. 

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Matthew Bridges. 



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1. Crown Him with ma • ny crowns, The Lamb up - on His throne; Hark, 

2. Crown Him the Lord of peacel Whose pow'r a seep - ter sways From 

3. Crown Him the Lord of years, The Po - tent-ate of time, Cre- 



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pole to pole, that wars may cease, And all be pray'r and praise: His 
a - tor of the roll - ing spheres, I» - ef - fa - bly sub -lime! All 

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reign shall know no end. And round His pierced feet Fair 

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praise shall nev - er, nev - er fail Thro'- out e - ter - ni - ty. 



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No. 173. 



My Life is Full of Glory, 



Rev A H. Ackley copyright, 1910, by ackley 4 rodeheaver. 

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1. My life is fnll of glo - ry, each du - ty from a - bove, 

2. My life is full of glo - ry, smce Je - sua came to me, 

3. My life is full of glo - ry, and Je - sus longs to be, 



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He gives me from His store - house of ev - er - last - ing lore; 
And now I tell the sto - ry of grace so full and free; 
An ev - er - last - ing por- tion, to you as well as me; 






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I fear not when He bids me go and with my mouth con - fess. 
For in each trial He com-forts me, in sor - row and in woe, 
He bids you rise and fol - low Him, from sor - row un - to joy. 



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And thou shalt find a bless - ed - ness Which noth - ing can de - stroy. 



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The Great Campaign. 



Chas. H. Qabriel. 




1. Lo, a great and might-y ar-my now is march-ingthro' the land! 
2."Forward!" cries the great Commander, and the might-y phal - anx swings 
3. See, em - bla-zoned on their ban - ner is the name "Im-man - u -el!" 

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Out in - to the field of ac-tion for the glori - ous King of kings; 
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- ver hill and vale and mount-ain, while^all na-ture's voice re - plies, 
No re -treat! in life or death no fa - vor asked, no quar-ter giv'n. 



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Their "Glo-ry, hal - le - lu - jahs" fill the earth and rend the 
Till shouts of vie - fry shake the world and fill the courts of 



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A Son* of Victory. 



Charlotte G. Homer 



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2. Press - ing on to the bat - tie, each sol - dier re - joic - es, 

3. Glo - ryl glo - ry to God in the high - est for - ev - erl 



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From the hosts of the Lord as they march a - long, 
Sing - ing joy - ful - ly un - to the gra - clous King, 
For the King in His beau - ty shall yet ap - pear; 






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Rich in bar - mo-ny, sead-ing the ech - oes re - bound - ing, 

Earth is join - ing her praise with the tu - mult of voic - es, 

Shout a - loud, for Je - ho - vab, our God, will de - liv - er; 

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While the arch - es of heav - en with mu - sic ring. 

His the bat - tie, and vie - to - ry draw - eth near. 



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A Song of Victory. 






Vic - to -ry! rags aloud the bat-tie cry, bat -tie cry! Till the glad 

Vic - to - ry! vic-to-ry! rings aloud the bat - tie cry, ... Un - til the glo-ri-ous 




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ech-oes reach the vault - ed sky; .... - ver the world no\^ be unfurl'd His 








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flag from shore to shore; , , . . . Loy - al and true, in the ranks each faith - ful 

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E. E. Rexford. 



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1. Crown Him, crown Him with glo - ry the King of kmgs; 

2. He who reigns o'er the king-doms of earth to - day, 

3. Praise Him, praise Him, the King on the great white throne; 

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Sends His bless-ings to those in the heav'n-ward way; 

Love Him, serve Him, who ml - eth by love a - lone; 

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Harvest-Time Is Mere. 



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2. Bright is the sun, and the sky is clear, Swift-ly the mo-ments are fly-ing; 

3. Look ye, the har-vest is tru - ly great. Gold-en and ripe it is gleam-ingl 



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Hith-er and thith-er they bend and swing, 
Hark-en! the voice of the Mas-ter hear, 
Won-drous-ly wide is thy Lord's es-tate. 



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Loud-ly for la - bor-ers cry - ing; 
In its mag-ni - fi - cence teem-ing; 



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While in the mark-ets, a - far and near, 
Reap-ers are need-ed, and still you wait, 



Pa-tience and loy - al - ty show-ing, 

Man - y are wait-ing, de - ny - ing 

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As in the field the sick - le they wield, Gath-er-ing sheaves for the King. 
Service they might, with joy and de- light, Give ere the shad-ows ap - pear. 
Go ye to- day, and reap while you may 1 Go, ere you en - ter too late! 



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Harvest-Time is Here. 




Far and wide, .... in its wav - ing pride, . . . .Does the 

Far and wide, yea, far and wide, in its wav - ing pride, its wav - ing pride 

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My Kin^ Rides forth. 



H. L. Frisble. 



B. D. Ackley. 




1. Hear the trumpet sounding; For-ward, march! Swing in-to bat- tie line; 

2. Hark! the roll is call - ing; quick-ly say, "Here, Lord, ara I, use me; 

3. The' a might-y foe de - fi-ance hurls, Our King hath great-er might; 



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For Thy serv-ice I am read - y now, Wher-ev - er pleas - eth Thee; 
If w^ fol - low Him with cour-age bold, We can - not lose the fight; 



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Where the bat-tie rag - es I will go. And this my glo - ry be; 
Lead-ing on an o - ver-com-ing host, All clad in arm - or bright; 

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Sacred Head. 



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Be near me when I ' m dy - ing ; 

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2. Mas-ter, with an-guish of spir - it I bow in my grief to - day; 

3. Mas-ter, the ter - ror is o - ver. The el - e-ments sweet - ly rest; 

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All Mail, Immanuel 



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The Way-side Gross. 



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2. How sweet on a clear, Sab-bath morn- ing To list to the 

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clear ring -ing bell; Its tones so sweet -ly are call - ing, Oh, 
loved so well; She sleeps, sweetly sleeps 'neath the wil - low; Dis- 

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No. 185. Onward, Christian Soldiers. 



Arthur Sullivan. 

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1; Onward, Christian sol - diere! Marching as to war, With the cross of Je • sus Go - ing on be - (ore; 

2. At the sign of tri - umph, Satan's host doth flee; On, then. Christian soldiers. On to vie - to - ryl 

3. Like a might-y ar-my Moves the Church of God; Brothers we are treading Where the sainta have tro<lj 

4. Onward, then, ye peo - pie, Join our hap-py throng, Blend with ours your voices In the triumph aong; 




Christ the roy-al Mas - ter. Leads against the foe; For-ward in - to bafr - tie. See His ban-ncr gol 
Hell's foun-da-rions quiv - er At the shout of praise, Brothers, lift your voic-es. Loud your anthems rain 
We are not di - vid - ed; AH one bod - y we. One in hope and doc - trine, One in char - i - ty. 
Glo • ry, laud and hon - or Dn - to Christ, the King, This thro' countless a - ges Men and angels sing. 

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Onward, Christian sol - diersl Marching as to war. 



With the cross of Je - sns Go-ing on be-(orB. 



No. 186. Brightly Gleams our Banner, 



Thomas J. Potter. 



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1. Bright-ly gleams our ban-ner, Point-ing to the sky, Wav-ing wand'rers on-ward To their home on high. 

2. Je - sus. Lord and Mas-ter, At Thy sa-cred feot. Here with hearts re-joic-ing See Thy children meet; 

3. All our days di - rect us In the way we go; Lead us on vie - to - nous - ver ev - 'ry foe; 



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D.C.-Brigkdy jleamt (mr ban-ner, Painling to tht iky, Waving yiand'rer$ on-ward To their kome on high. 



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Journeying o'er the des ■ ert, Glad-ly thus we pray. And with hearts a - ni - ted. Take our heav'nward way. 
Oft - en have we left Thee, Oft-en gone a - stray; Keep us, might-y 8av - ior. In the nar - row way. 
Bid thine an-gels shield us When the storm-clouds lower; Pardon Thou and save ns In the last dread hour. 



No. 187. 

M, M. W. 



Holy Spirit, Tailhful Guide. 



M. M. WeJfs. 



1. Ho - ly Spir - it, faith - ful Guide, Ev-er near the Chris-tian's side. Gen - tly lead us by the hand, 

2. Ev-er pres-ent, tru - est Friend, Ev-er near Thine aid to lend, Leave us not to doubt and fear, 



3. When our days of toil shall cease, Waiting still for sweet re-lease, Nothing left but heav'n and pray'r, 




Pil-grims in a des - ert land; Wea - ry souls for - e'er re-joice, While they hear that sweetest voice, 
Grop-ing on in dark-ness drear; When the storms are rag-ing sore, Hearts grow faint,and hopes give o'er 
Wondering if our names are there; Wad- ing deep the dis - mal flood, Plead-ing naught but Je- sus blood; 



No. 188. 

A. Reed, 



Holy Ghost, with Love Divine. 

Qottschalk. 



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1. Ho - ly Ghost, with light divine, Shine up-on this heart of mine 




Holy Ghost, with pow'r divine, 
Cleanse this guilty heart of mine, 
Long hath sin without control, 
Held dominion o'er my soul. 



1 1 "t^ 3 Holy Ghost, with joy divine, 

Cheer this saddened heart of mine; 

I Bid my many woes depart. 

Heal my wounded, bleeding heart. 



4 Holy Spirit, all divine, 
way, Turn^my dark-ness m • to day. Dwell within this heart of mine; 
Cast do\vn ev'ry idol throne, 
^ 1 1 Reign supreme— and reign alone. 



No. 189. 

Reginald Heber. 



Holy, Holy, Holy. 



John B. Dykes. 



1. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho - ly, Lord God Al-might-y! Ear - ly in the mom-ing our song shall rise to Thee; 

2. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho - ly, all the saints adore Thee, Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea; 

3. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho - ly, tho' the darkness hide Thee,Tho' the eye of sin-ful man Thy glory may not see; 

4. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho^- ly, LordGod Almighty !AU Thy works shall prais^hy name, in earth, and sky, and^a; 




■ ly, ho - ly, ho - ly, mer - of - ful and might - y, God in Three Persons, bless-ed Trin - i - tyl 
Cher-u-bim and sera - phim fall - ing down be - fore Thee, Which wert and art, and ev-er-more shalt be. 
On - ly Thou art ho - ly, there is none be - side Thee, Per-fect in pow-er, in love, and pu - ri - ty. 
Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly, mer - ci - ful and might - y, God in Three Persons, bless-ed Trie - i - ty. 



No. 190. 

JameA Nicholson. 



Whiter Than Snow. 



Wm. a. Fischer. 



2 I LordJe-sus, I long to be per-fect-ly whole 

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want Thee for - cv - er to live in my soul; 
f Lord Je-sus,look down from Thy throne in the skies, 1 
I And help me to make a com-plete sac-ri - flee; I 



• Break down ev-'ry i - dol, cast out ev-'ry (oe; 
I give op my-seU, and what-ev - cr I know; 




Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Whiter than 8now,yes,whiter than snow; Now wash me,and 
D. S.— I shall be whiter than snow. 




3 Lord JesuB, for this I most humbly entreat, 
I wait, blessed Lord, at Thy crucilied feet, 
By faith, for my cleansing, I see Thy blood flow, 
Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 



4 Lord Jesus, Thou secst I patiently wait; 

Come now, and within me a new heart create; 
To those who have sought Thee, Thou never said'stooj 

Now wash me, and I shall be whiter tbao snow. 



No. 191. Savior, Like a"^ShepJierd! 



Dorothy A. Thrupp. 



2 f Sav - ior, like a shep-herd lead 
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William B. Bradbury. 



Much wo need Thy tend'rest care: i 

~ Thy folds pre - pare: ./ Blesa - ed Je - sns. 




BlesB-ed Je-sQB, Thon hast bought as, Thine we are; Je-sus, Thon hast bought us, Thine 'we are. 

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2 We are Thine; do Thon befriend us, 

Be the Guardian of our way; 

Keep Thy flock; from sin defend us. 

Seek us when we go astray: 

Blessed Jesus, 
Hear, oh, hear ns when we pray. 



3 Thon hast promised to receive us, 4 Early let us seek Thy favor, 



Poor and sinful though we be, 
Thou hast mercy to relieve us, 
Grace to cleanse, and pow'r to free 

Blessed Jesns, 
We will early turn to Thee. 



Early let us do Thy vrill; 
Blessed Lord and only Savior, 
With Thy love our bosoms fill: 

Blessed Jeans, 
iThou hast loved ua, love as still. 



No: 192. The Old Time Religion. 

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1. It was good for our motbers.It was good (or our motbers.It was good (or oar mothers, And it's good enough (or me. 



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2 Makes me love everybody. 

3 It has saved our fathers. 

4 It was good for the Prophet Daniel. 
6 It was good for the Hebrew children. 



6 It was tried in the fiery furnace. 

7 It was good for Paul and SQas. 

8 It will do when I am dying. 

9 It wm Uke 01 all to hetTSB. 



No. 193. 

George Duffleld. 



Stand Up for Jesus. 




It must not suf - fer loss: From vie -fry nn-to vie - fry His arm - y shall He lead, 
And Christ is Lord in - deed. 




Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

The trumpet eall obey; 
Forth to the mighty confliet, 

In this His glorious day, 
"Ye that are men, now serve Him," 

Against unnumbered foes; 
Your eourage rise with danger. 

And strength to strength oppose. 



3 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

Stand in His strength alone; 
The arm of flesh will fail you; 

Ye dare not trust your own. 
Put on the gospel armor. 

Each piece put on with prayer; 
Where duty calls, or danger, 

Be never wanting there. 



4 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

The strife will not be long; 
This day the noise of battle. 

The next the victor's song; 
To Him that overcometh, 

A crown of life shall be; 
He with the King of glory 

Shall reign eternally. 



No. 194. The Morning Light is Breaking, 



1 The morning light is breaking. 

The darkness disappears. 
The sons of earth are waking. 

To penitential tears; 
Each breeze that sweeps the ocean 

Brings tidings from afar, 
Of nations in commotion. 

Prepared for Zion's war. 



First or Second Tune. 
2 See heathen nations bending 
Before the God of love, 
And thousand hearts ascending 

In gratitude above; 
Wtile sinners now confessing, 

The gospel's call obey, 
And seek a Savior's blessing, 
A nation m a day. 



3 "Blest river of salvation. 

Pursue thy onward way; 
Flow thou to every nation. 

Nor in thy richness stay; 
Stay not till ail the lowly. 

Triumphant, reach their home; 
Stay not till all the holy 

Proclaim, "The Lord is come.' 



No. 195. Jesus, Thou Art Standing. 



William W. How. 



Justin H. Knecht. 



1. Je-sus,Thou art standing Out-side the fast-closed door.In lowly patience waiting To pass the threshold < 




We bear the name of Christians.His name and sign we bear; sbame.thrice shame upon us.To keep Him standing thetel 



1 Jesus, Thou art standing 

Outside the fast-closed door, 
In lowly patience waiting 

To pass the threshold o'er: 
We bear the name of Christians, 

His name and sign wa bear; 
shame, thrice shame upon us, 

To keep Him standing there 1 



Jesus, Thou art knocking; 

And lo! that hand is scarred, 
And thorns Thy brow encircle. 

And tears Thy face have marred: 
love that passeth knowlege, 

So patiently to waiti 
sm that hath no equal 

So fast to bar the gate I 



3 Jesus Thou art pleading 

In accents meek and low, 
"I died for you, my children, 

And will ye treat me so?" 
Lord, with shame and sorrow 

We open now the door; 
Dear Savior, enter, enter, 

And leave us never morel 



No. 196. The Son of God Goes Perth to War. 

R. Heber. A>f« Tune. H. S. Cutler. 




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Could pierce beyond the grave; 
Who saw His Master in the sky; 
And called on Htni to save. 
Like Him.with pardon on His tongue 
In midst of mortal pain, [wrong, 
He pray'd for thcfn that did the 
Who follows in His train? 



3 A noble band, the chosen few, 
On whom the Spirit came; [knew, 
Twelve valiant saints,their hope they 
And mock'd the cross and flame. 
They met the tyrant's brandish'd 
The lion's gory mane; [steel, 

They bowed their heads the stroke 
Who follows in their train?[t() feel, 



A noble army, men and bojrs, 
The matron and the maid, 
Around the Savior's throne rejoice,| 
In robes of light arrayed; | 

They climbed the steep ascent oil 
Thro' peril, toil, and pain, fheav'n^ 
God, to us may grace be giv'n, J 
To follow in their train. 



ISo. 197. 



Thy Word is a Lamp. 



J Thy word is to my feet a lamp, 
And to my path a light, 
I will perform, as I have sworn, 
To keep Thy judgments right. 
I with affliction very sore 
Am ovewhelmed, Lord; 
In mercy raise and quicken me. 
According to Thy word. 



Psalm 119. First or Second Tunc. 
2 The Iree-will off'rings of my mouth 
Accept, I Thee beseech, 
And unto me, Lord, do Thou 
Thy judgments clearly teach. 
Tho' still my soul .be in my hand. 
Thy laws I'll not forget; 
I erred not from them, tho' for rae 
The wicked snares did set. 



3 I of Thy testimonies have 
Above all things made choice. 
To be my heritage for aye. 
For they my heart rejoice. 
With care I have my heart inclined,| 
That it should still attend 
Thy statutes always to observe. 
And keep them to the end. 



Joy to the World. 



Second Tunc, 



No 198. 

I. Watts. 

1. Joy to the world! the Lord is come; Let earth re-ceive her King; Let ev • 'ry heart pre-pare Him 

2. Joy to the world! the Sav-ior reigns;. Let men their songs em-ploy; While fields and floods.rocks, hills, and 

3. No more let sin and sor- row grow, Nor thonis in-fcst the ground; He comes to make His bless - ings 

4. Herulestheworldwithtruthandgrace, And makes the na-tions prove The glo • ries of His right-eous- 



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room. And heav'n and nature sing, 
plains, Repeat the sounding joy, 
flow Far as the curse is found, 
nes3, And wonders of His love, 



And heav'n and nature sing. And heav'n, and heav'n and nature sing. 
Re-peat the sounding joy. Re - peat, re - peat tho sounding joy. 
Far as the curse is found. Far as, far as the curse is found. 
And wonders of His love. And wonders, won-ders of His love. 

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Aad teaT'DiBd na-tsr* siBg, 



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Ind hett'n and n* ■ tare sinf , 



No. 199. 



Love To Tell The Story. 



Katherine Hankey 



William a. Fischer. 




1. I 

2. I 

3. I 

4. I 



love to tell the sto - 
love to teU the sto - 
love to tell the sto - 



Of un - seen things a-bove, 
ry; More won-der-ful it seems 
ry; 'Tis pleas - ant to re - peat 
ry; For those who know it best 



Je - sus and His glo - ry 
Than all the gold - en fan - cies 
What seems, each time I tell it. 
Seem hun-ger - ing and thirst-ing 




Of 
Of 

More 
To 



Je - sus and His love, 
all our gold-en dreams, 
won - der - ful - ly sweet. 



I love 
I love 
I love 



to tell the sto - ry, 
to tell the sto - ry, 
to tell the sto - ry. 



like the rest. And when, in scenes of glo - ry, 



Be - cause I know 'tis true; 
It did so much for me; 
For some have nev - er beard 
sing the new, new song. 




It 

And 
The 
'Twill 



sat - is - fies my long - ings 
that is just the rea - son 
mes - sage of sal - va - tion 
be the old, old sto - ry 



as noth - ing else would do. 
I tell it now to thee. 
From God's own ho-ly word. 
That I have lov'd so long. 



I love to tell the sto • ry, 




No. 200. 



Even Me, Even Me. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Codner. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 



1. Lord, I hear of show'rs of bless - ing Thou art scatt'ring full and free; Show'rs, the thirst-y land re- 

2. Pass me not, God, my Fa - ther Sin - ful tho' my heart may be; Thou mightst leave me, but the 

3. Pass me not, gra - cious Sav - ior. Let me live and cling to Thee; I am long -ing for Thy 

4. Love of God, so pure and change-less, Llood of Christ, so rich and free; Grace of God, so strong and 




fresh-mg; Let some drops now fall on me; 
rath - cr; Let Thy mer - cy light on me; 
fa-vor; Whilst Thou'rt callmg, O call me; 
boundless Mag - ni - fy them all in me; 



ven me, e - ven me, Let some drops nov? fall on me, 
ven me, Let Thy mer - cy light on me. 
ven me. Whilst Thou'rt calling.O call me. 

ven me, e - ven me, Mag -. ni - fy them all in me. 



No. 201. 

Charles Wesley. 



Love Divine. 



John Zundel. 



1. Love di-vine, aD love ex-cell-ing, Joy of heav'n, to earth come down! Fix in us Thy hum - ble dweO-ing; 

D. S.— Vis - it us with Thy sal - va - tion. 




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All Thy faith-ful mer-cies crown; Je-sus Thou art all com-pas-sion. Pure nn-bound-ed love Thou art; 
En - ter ev - 'ry trembling, heart! .^ 



2 Breathe, oh, breathe Thy loving 
Into every troubled breast! [Spirit 
Let us all in Thee inherit. 
Let us find the promised rest. 
Take away the love of sinning; 
Alpha and Omega be; 
End of faith, as its beginning, 
Set our hearts at liberty! 



3 Come, Almighty to deliver, 
Let us all Thy grace receive; 
Suddenly return, and never. 
Never more Thy temple leave: 
Thee we would be always blessing; 
Serve Thee as Thy hosts above 
Pray.and praise Thee without ceas- 
Glory in Thy perfect love! [ing, 



4 Fmish then Thy new creation; 
Pure and spotless let us be; 
Let us see Thy great salvation. 
Perfectly restored in Thee: 
Changed from glory into glory. 
Till in heaven we take our place. 
Till we cast our crowTis before Thee, 
Lost in wonder, love and praise. 



No. 202. Mark! the Voice of Jesus GallinA. 



1 Hark! the voice of Jesus calling, 
Who will go and work to-day? 
Fields are white, the harvest waiting 
Who will bear the sheaves away! 
Loud and long, the Master caUeth 
Rich reward He offers free; 
Who will answer, gladly saying, 
"Here am I, Lord, send me." 



First or Second Tune. 
|2 If you cannot cross the ocean 
And the heathen land explore, 
You can find the heathen nearer, 
You can help them at your door; 
If you cannot speak like angels, 
If you cannot preach like Paul, 
You can tell the love of Jesus, 
You can say He died for all. 



3 While the souls of men are dying, 
And the Master calls for yon. 
Let none hear you idly saymg, 
"There is nothing I can dol" 
Gladly take the task He gives yont 
Let His work your pleasure be; 
Answer quickly when He calleth, 
"Here am I, Lord, send me." 



No. 203. Jesus, I My Gross Have Taken. 



Henry F. Lyte. 



1. Je - BUS, I my cross have tak-en. All to leave and foHow Thee; Naked, poor, despised, for-sa-ken, 

D.S. — Yet how rich is my con - di-tion, 



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Thou from hence my all shalt be; 
God and heav'n are still my own 



Per-ish ev-'ry fond am-bi-tion, All I've songht.and hoped, and known; 
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2 Let the world despise, forsake me. 
They have left my Savior, too; 
Human hearts and looks deceive me, 
Thou art not, Uke man, untrue: 
And.whileThou shalt smile upon me. 
God of wisdom, love and might, [me 
Foes may hate.and friends may shun 
Show Thy face and all is bright 



Go.then.earhtly fame and treasure! 
Come, disaster, scorn and pain! 
In Thy service, pain is pleasure; 
With Thy favor, loss is gam. 
I have called Thee,"Abba Father," 
I have stayed my heart on Thee; 
Stormy clonds may o'er me gather, 
All must work for good to me. 



4 Haste thee on from grace to glory. 
Led by faith, and winged by prayer 
Heav'n's eternal days before thee 
God will safely guide thee there. 
Soon shall close thy earthly mission. 
Swift shall pass thy pilgrim days; 
Hope shall change to glad fruition. 
Faith to sight,and prayer to praise. 



No. 204. 

English. 



My Jesus I Love Thee. 



A. J. Gordon. 



1. Mj Je - SU8 I love Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Thee all the fol - lies of sin T re - sign; 

2. I love Thee be - cause Thou bast first lov-ed me, And purchased my par-don on Cal - va - ry's tree; 

3. I'll love Thee in life, I will love Thee in death. And praise Thee as long as Thou lendest me breath, 

4. In maa-sions of glo - ry and end - less de-light, I'll ev - er a - dore Thee in heav-en so bright; 



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My gra-cions Re - deem - er, my Sav - ior art Thou; 
I love Thee for wear - iag the thorns on Thy brow; 
And say when the death-dew lies cold off my brow; 
I'll sing with the glit - ter - ing crown on my brow; 

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If ev - er I loved Thee, My Je - sus, 'tis now. 

If ev - er I loved Thee, My Je - sus, 'tis now. 

"If ev - er I loved Thee. My Je - sus, 'tis now.' 

'If ev - er I loved Thee, My Je - sus, 'tis now.' 



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No. 205, Turn Ye. 

FxTit Of Second Tune. 

1 turn ye, turn ye, for why will ye die. 
When God in great mercy is coming so nigh? 
Now Jesus invites you, the Spirit says, "come," 
And angels are waiting to welcome you home. 

2 And now Christ is ready your souls to receive, 
how can you question, if you veill believe? 
If sin is your burden, why will you not come? 

'Tis you He bids welcome; He bids you come home. 

3 In riches, in pleasures, what can you obtam. 
To soothe your affliction, or banish your pain? 
To bear up your spirit when summoned to die, 
Or waft you to mansions of- glory on high? 

4 Why will you be starving, and feeding on air? 
There's mercy in Jesus, enough and to spare; 
If still you are doubting, maise trial and see. 
And prove that His mercy is boundless and free. 



No. 206. Look to Jesus. 

First or Second Tune. 

1 eyes that are weary, and hearts that are sore, 
Look off unto Jesus, now sorrow no more 

The light of His countenance shineth so bright. 
That here, as in Heaven, there need be no night, 

2 While looking to Jesus, my heart cannot fear, 
I tremble no more when I see Jesus near, 

I know that His presence my safe guard will be, 
For, "Why are ye troubled?" He saith unto me. 

3 Still looking to Jesus, oh, may J be found. 
When Jordan's dark waters encompass me round; 
They bear me away in His presence to be 

I see Him still nearer whom always I see. 

4 Then, then shall I know the full beauty and grace 
Of Jesus, my Lord, when I stand face to face 
Shall know how His love went before me each day, 
And wonder that ever my eyes turned away. 



No. 207. 

Josiah Hopkins. 



expostulation. 



Koschat. 




-r -«f- -a/- -^ -25»- V VV- 

1. turn ye, tarn ye, tor why niU ye die, Whon God in great mercy is coming so nigh? Now Josus invites you, 




the Spirit says "come." And angels are waiting to welcome you bome.And angeb are waiting to welcome 



No, 208. All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name, 




1. All hail the pow'r of Jesus' Dane! Let angels prostrate fall, Let angels prostrate (all; Bring forth the royal dii 




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And crown Him, crown Him.crown Him.crown Him.AncI crown Him Lord of all.crown Him.And crown Him Lord of alll 
And crown Him, Crown Him, crown..-.. Him; 




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And crown Him.crown Him, crown Him, Crown Him; And crown Him Lord of all! 



2 Ye chosen seed of Israel's race, 13 Let every kindred, every tribe, 

Ye ransomed from the fall; I On this terrestrial ball, 

Hail Him who saves you by His grace, 1 To Him all majesty ascribe, 
And crown Him Lord of all. And crown Him Lord of all. 



4 that with yonder sarred throng 
We at His feet may fall, 
We'll join the everlasting song, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 



No. 209. All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name. 



Edward Perronet. 



Second Tune. 



Oliver Kolden. 



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1. All hail the pow'r of Je-sus' name, Let an-gels pros-trate fall; Bring forth the roy-al di^ - a - dem. 




No. 210. 



All Hail the Power. 



Edward Perronet. 



William Shrubsole. 




No. 211. Day of Rest and Gladness. 



Wordsworth. 



Lowell Ma^on. 



. J day of rest and glad-ness, O day of joy and light, | 

*• J balm of care and sad-ness, Most beau-ti-ful, most bright, ( On thee, the high and low-Iy, 

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2 On thee, at the creation. 
The light first had its birth; 
On thee, for our salvation, 
Christ rose from depths of earth 
On thee, our Lord, victorious. 
The Spuit sent from heaven; 
And thus on thee, most glorious, 
A triple light was given. 



3 To-day on weary nations 
The heavenly manna falls; 
To holy convocations 
The silver trumpet calls. 
Where gospel light is glowLig 
With pure and radiant beams, 
And living water flowing 
With soul-refresKng streams. 



4 New graces ever gaining 
From this our day of of rest, 
We reach the rest remaining 
To spirits of the blest; 
To Holy Ghost be praises, 
To Father, and to Son; 
The church her voice upraises 
To thee, blest Three in One. 



No. 212. In Heavenly Love Abiding. 



1 In heavenly love abiding, 
No change my heart shall fear; 

- And safe is such confiding. 
For nothing changes here. 
The storm may roar without me, 
My heart may low be laid, 
But God is round about me, 
And can I be dismayed? 



First or Second Tune. 

2 Wherever He may guide me. 
No want shall turn me back; 
My Shepherd is beside me, 

• And nothing can I lack. 
His wisdom ever waketh, 
His sight is never dim. 
He knows the way He taketh, 
And I will walk with Him. 



3 Green pastures are before me, 
Which yet I have not seen ; 
Bright skies will soon be o'er me, 
Where darkest clouds have been. 
My hope I cannot measure. 
My path to life is free, 
My Savior has my treasure. 
And He will walk with xae. 



No. 213. Trom Greenland's Icy Mountains. 



Lowell Mason. 




1 f From Greenlands' icy mountain, From India's coral strand 

•*•• \ Where Afric's sun-ny fount-ams {Omit.) Roll down thejr golden sand; From many i 




2 What tho' the spicy breezes. 
Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle; 
The' every prospect pleases. 
And only man is vile? 
In vain with lavish kindness 
The gifts of God are strown. 
The heathen in his blindness. 
Bow down to wood.and stone. 



3 Shall we, whose soul is lighted 
With wisdom from on high. 
Shall we to men benighted 
The lamp of life deny? 
Salvation! salvation! 
The joyful sound proclaim. 
Till earth's remotest nation 
Has learned Messiah's name. 



4 Waft, waft, ye winds. His stoiy. 
And you, ye waters, roll. 
Till, like a sea of glory. 
It spreads from pole to pole: 
Till o'er our ransomed nature 
The Lamb for sinners slain. 
Redeemer, Bjng, Creator, 
In blisa retuma to reign. 



No. 214. Home, Sweet Home. 

John Howard Payne. j ^— *>— I "• ^- ^'^''^P- 



Mid' pleas-ures and pal - a - ess ti 
: it cv - cr so lium-ble, there's no place like 



A charm from the skies seems to 



we may roara, i 

( home; \ Which seek thro" the world, is ne'er 




home. 

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hal - low ns there, ■» 

with else- - ) where. Home,home,sweet,sweet home,Be it ever so humblo.there's no place like home. 




. ( There is a fountain filled with blood, Drawn from Immanuel's veins, 
■ ) And sinners,plung'd beneath that flood, Lose all their 

D.S.And sinners, plung'd beneath that flood. Lose all their 




gnilty stains; Lose 
guilty stains; 



their guilty stains, Lose all their gmlty stains; 



Lowell Mason, 



2 The dying thief rejoiced to see 
That fountain in his day; 

And there may I, tho' vile as he, 
Wash all my sins away. 

3 Thou dying Lamb, Thy precious 
Shall never lose its power, [blood 
Till all thejansomed Church of God 
Be saved, to sin no more 

4 E'er since by faith I saw the 

Thy flowing wounds supply[streani 
Redeeming love has been my theme, 
And shaU be till I die. 

5 Then in a nobler, sweeter song, 
I'll sing Thy power to save. 
When this poor lisping,8tammering 
Lies silent in the grave. [tongue 



No. 216. 



Glorious fountain. 



W. Cowper. 




j There is a fount-ain filled with blood, filled with blooa, filled with blood. There is a fountain filled with blood, Drtwa 
' • And sinners.plung'd beneath that aood.beneath that flood.beneath that flood. And sinners plung'd beneath that flood.Loso 




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from Immannel's veins; i . ^^ v • 

all their guilty stains, t Ob, glorions fountain! Here will I stay. And in thee ev - er Wash my sids a • 



No. 217. 



Sweet By-and-By. 



S. Fillmore Bennett. 



Jos. P. Webster. 



1. There's a land that is fair-er than day, And by faith we can see it a - far; For the Fa-ther wait* 

2. We shall sing on that beau-ti-ful shore The me - lo - di - ous songs of the blest, And our spir-its shall 

3. To our boun - ti - fjil Fa - ther a - hove, We will of - fer our trib - ute of praise. For the glo - ri - ous 

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ver the way, To pre - pare ns a dwelling place there. 
• row no more, Not a sigh for the bless-ing of rest. In the sweet by-and-by, We shall 

of His love. And the blessings that hallow our days. inthesweei h J5 J by-md-by. 




meet on that beautiful shore; In the sweet ,by-and-by. We shaU meet on that beautiful shore. 

by-and-by: In the sweet by-and-by. 



No. 218. 



The Gate Ajar. 



1. There is a gate that stands a-jar, And, thro' its portals gleam-ing; A radiance from the Cross a - far 

2. That gate a - jar stands free for all Who seek thro' it sal • va -tion; The rich and poor.the great and small. 




The Sav-ior's love re - veal - ing. depths of mer-cyl can it be That gate was left i 
Of ev - 'ry tribe and na - tion. 




3 Press onward, then, tho' foes may {rown» 
While mercy's gate is open, 
Accept the cross, and win the crown, 
Love's everlasting token. 

Beyond the river's brink we'll lay 
The cross that here is given, 

And bear the crown of life away, 
And love Him more in heaven. 



No. 219. Day is Dying in the West. 



Mary Ann Lathbury. 



William F. Sherwln. 



1. Day is dy - ing in the west; Heav'n is touching earth with rest; Wait and worship while the night 

2. Lord of life be-neath the dome Of the u - ni - verse, Thy Ironie, Gath-er tis who seek Thy face 

3. While the deep'ning shadows fall, Heart of love, en - fold - ing all. Thro' the glo • ry and the grace 

4. When for-ev - er from our sight Pa*s the stars, the day, the night, Lord of an • gels, on our eyes 




1^ 

Sets her evening lamps a - light Thro' all the sky. 
To the fold of Thy em-brace, For Thou art nigh. Ho - ly, Ho - ly. 
Of the stars that veil Thy face. Our hearts as - scend. 
Let e - ter - nal mom - ing rise.And shad - ows end. 



ly, Lord God of 




I Heav'n and earth are full of Thee; Heav'n and earth are praising Thee, Lord Most 



High! 



No. 220. How Great Thy Name. 



1 Lord, 



Psalm 8. Tune above. 
' Lord, o'er earth's vast 3 When Thy heaven's I survey, 



How exalted is Thy name I [frame, 
Who hast set Thy glory bright 
Far above the heaven's height, 
How great Thy name I 

R Lord, our Lord, in all the earth, 

p How great Thy name! 

R Who hast set Thy glory bright 

'i Far above the heaven's height, 

N How great Thy name I 

2 From the mouth of children young. 
From the infant's lisping tongue. 
Thou hast needed strength ordained 
Thus Thy vengeful foes restrained. 
How great Thy name! 



Which Thy fingers' work display, 
When the moon and stars I see 
Ordered all by Thy decree. 
How great thy namel 

4 What is man that in Thy mind 
He a constant place should find? 
What the son of man that he 
Should be visited by Thee? 
How great Thy name! 

5 Thou his station didst ordain 
Just below the angel train; 
Glory Thou hast o'er him shed, 
And with honor crowned his head, 

' How great Thy name! 



6 Thou hast given him Command 
O'er the creatures of Thy hand; 
And beneath his feet hast laid 

All the works which Thou hast 
How great Thy name! [made; 

7 Flocks and cattle; every tribe, 
Beasts that in the field abide, 
Birds that thro'the heaven's roam 
Fish that make the sea their home 
How great Thy namel 

8 Every living thing that strays, 
Thro' the ocean's secret waya 
Lord, our Lord, o'er earth's vast 
How exalted is Thy name: [frame 
How great Thy namel 



No. 221. 



Sabine Baring-Qould.. 



Now the Day is Over. 



Joseph Barnby. 




1. Now the d«y is o • ver. Night is draw-ing nigh. Shad - ows of. the eve - nlng Steal a-cross the sky. 

2. Je - sus, give the wea - ry Calm and sweet repose; With Thy ten-d'rcst bless - ing May our eyelids close. 

3. Grant to lit - tie chil - dren Vi-sions bright of Thee;Guard the sailors, toss - ing On the deep blue sea. 

4. When the morning wak-ens.Then may I a - rise Pure, and fresh,and sin - less In Thy ho - ly eyes. 

JlJ J,. I eT9-LineSte»l»-cro3» »be skj. 



No. 222. 



What a Friend. 



C. C. Converse. 

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1. What a Friend we have in Je -v«us, All our sins and griefs to bear! What a priv-i-lege to car - ry 

D. S.— All be-cause we do not car - 17 




Ev - 'ry thing to God in prayer! what peace wc oft - en for - fei! 
E» • 'ry thing to God in prayer. 



what need-less pain we bear. 



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1 What a Friend we have in Jesus, 
Ail our sins and griefs to bear! 
V.Tiat a privilege to carry 
Every thing to God ;n prayer! 
what peace we often forfeit, 
what neodJpss pain we bear, 
All because we do not carry, 
Every thing to God m prayerl 



2 Have we trials and temptations? 
Is tiiere trouble anywtiere? 
We should nsver be discouraged. 
Take it to the Lord m prayer. 
Can we find a Lriend so faithful. 
Who will all our soaows share? 
Jesus knows our every weakness. 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 



Arc we weak and heavy laden. 
Cumbered with a lo^d of care?— 
Precious Savior, stUl our refuge,-* 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Do thy friends despise.forsake thee? 
Take it to the Lord in prayer, 
In His arras He'd take and shield 
Thou v/ilt find a solace there, [thee. 



My Happy Home, 




1. Je - ru - sa - lem, my hap-py home, Oh, how I long for Thee! When will my sor-rows have an end? 

2. Thy walls are all of pre-cious stone Most glo-rious to be - hold Thy gates are rich-Iy set with pearl, 

3. Thy gardens and thy pleasant streams My study long have been— Such sparkling gsms by hu-man sight 

4. Reach down, reach down thine arms of grace And cause me to ascend Where congregations ne'er break up 

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Thy joys, when shall I see? 
Thy streets are paved with gold 
Have nev - er yet been seen. 
And prais - es nev - er end. 



I will meet you in the cit • y of the New Je • ni • sa - lem. 




I am wash'd in the blood of the Xamb; 

blood of tbe Lamb; 

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am wash'd in the blood of the Lamb. 



No. 224. The Blood is All my Plea. 



Rev, F. C. Baker 




1. I knew that God in His Word had spoken, The pow'r of sin can all be broken, The heart held captive 

2. Must 1 go on in sin and sor-row, To-day in sun-shine, clouds to-mor-rowV First I'm sinning, 

3. With anguish wTung, I cried, my Lord, Is there not pow'r in Je - sus' blood To make in me a 

4. Oh, yes, my love will take you in, The blood will cleanse you from all sin, Will wash a-way your 




yet be free Lord, is this bless - ing not for me? 

then re - penting. Now I'm stub - bom, then re-lentmg. The blood, the blood is all my 

per - feet cure? To cleanse my heart and keep it pure? 

guilt - y stains, And cleanse, till not one spot re - mains. 





jahl it cleanseth me; The blood, the blood is s 



my pica, Hal-le-lu-jah! for it cleanseth me. 



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No. 225. 



Balm in Gilead. 



Arr. by E. O. E, 



1. How lost was my condition, Till Jesus made me whole, There is but one Physician, Can cure a sin-sick soul. 

2. The worst of all di-seas-es, Is light compared with sin, On ev-'ry part it seiz-es, But rages most with-in. 
C^O.— There's a balm in Gilead, To make the wounded whole.There'tpow'r enough in Jeius.To f.ure a tin-sick coul. 



3 'Tis palsy, plague, and fever, 
And madness all combined, 
And none but a believer. 
The least relief can find. 



4 A dying, risen Jesus 

Seen by the eye of faith. 
At once from danger frees us 
And saves the soul from death. 



5 Come then to this Physician 
His help He'll freely give. 
He makes no hard condition, 
'Tis only look and live. 



No. 226. 

Unknown 



Gome to Jesus. 




l.Come to Je-sus, come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just now; Just now come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just now. 
2. He will save you,He will save you, He will save you just now; Just now He will save you, He will save you just now. 




3 ^e is able. 

4 He is willing. 

5 Call apon Him 



No. 227. 

Rev. Edward Mote, 



The Solid Rock. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 




. ( My hope is built on noth-ing less Than Je-sus' blood and right-eous-ness; > q^ Christ the Sol-id 
■ < I dare not trust the sweet-est frame, But whol-ly lean on Je-sus' name. J 




2 When darkness veils His lovely face'3 His oath, His covenant. His blood 
I rest on His unchanging grace; Support me in the whelming flood: 

In every high and stormy gale, When all around ray soul gives way 

My anchor holds within the vail. I He then is all my hope and stay. 



4 WhenHeshaUtomnlthtm 
may I then in Him be found, 
Drest in His righteousness alone, 
Faultless to stand before the tbr«D(. 



No. 228. In Evil Lon6 I Took Delight. 

John Newton. English Air. 

1. In 6 - vil long I took de-light, Un-awed by shame or fear. Till a new ob-ject struck my sight, 
Ref.— I do be-lieve, I now be-lieve. That Je-sus died for me; And thro' His blood, His precious "blood; 




2 I saw One hanging on a tree, 
In agonies and blood. 

Who fixed His languid eyes on me, 
As near His cross I stood. 

3 Sure never till my latest breath 
Can I forget that look: 

It seemed to charge me with His 
Tho' not a word He spoke. [death, 



4 My conscience felt and owned 
It plunged me in despair; [the guilt; 
I saw my sins His blood bod spilt, 
And helped to nail Him there. 

3 A second look He gave, which said 
"I freely all forgive; 
This blood is for Thy ransom paid; 
I die that thou mayst live." 



No. 229. Oh, Slow 1 Love Jesus. 




I, There ( is a name I love to bear, I love to sing its worth; It \ 
) sounds like mus-ic in mine ear. The 



^ N sweet-est name on earth, 




2 It tells me of a Savior's love. 
Who died to set me free; 
It tells me of His precious blood; 
The sioier's penect plea. 



3 It tells me what my Fath3r hath 

In store for every day. 

And tho' I tread a darksome path, 
I Yicldi s'jushise all the way. 



4 It tells of One whose loving heart 
Can feel my deepest ^e, 
Who in each sorroTJ bears a part, 
That none can bear below. 



ISO. 230. 

B. Schmolke. 



My Jesus, as Thou Wilt. 

1. My Je-8us, as Thou n-ilt! Oh, may Thy will be mine; In - to Thy hand of love I would ray all re- - sign; 

2. My Je-sus, as Thou wilt! Tho'seen thro'many a tear.Let not my star of hope Grow dim or dis-ap-pear; 

3. My Je-sus, as Thou wilt! All shall be well for me; Each changing fu-ture scene I glad-ly trust with Thee; 




Thro' sor- row, or thro' joy, Conduct me as Thine own, And help me still to say,"My Lord, Thy will be done." 
Since Thou on earth hast wept. And sorrowed oft alone,U I must weep with Thee, "My Lord, Thy will be done." 
Straight to my home a-bove I trav - el calm-ly on. And sing, in life or death, "My Lord, Thy will be done." 




1. Lead, kindly Light.amid th'encircling gloom Lead Thou me on;The night is dark, and I am far from home; 

2. I was not ever thus.nor prayed that Thou Shouldst lead me on:I loved to choose and see my path;but now 

3. So long.Thy pow'r has blest me, sure it still will lead me on O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, till 




Lead Thon me on: Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see The distant scene,— one step enough for me. 
Lead Thou me on; I loved the garish day, and, spite of fears, Pride ruled my wilhRemember not past years. 
The night is gone;And with the morn those angel-faces smile,Which I have loved long since, and lost awhile, 

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No. 232. 



Break Thou the Bread of Life. 



Mary Ann Lathbury. 



William F. Sfierwin. 

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1. Break Thon the bread of life. Dear Lord, to me, As Thou didst break the loaves Be-side the sea, 

2. Bless Thou the truth, dear Lord, To me, to me, As Thou didst bless the bread By Gal - i - lee; 

3. Teach me to live, dear Lord, On - ly for Thee, As Thy di - ci - pies lived In Gal - i - lee; 

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• yond the sa - cred page I seek Thee, Lord; My spir - it pants for Thee, Liv - ing WordI 
Then shall all bon-dage cease, All fet - ters fall. And I shall find ray peace, My All in All. 
Then, all my stmg-gles o'er. Then, vic-t'ry won, I shall be-hold Thee, Lord,The Liv - ing One. 



i Am Gommg, Lord. 



Rev. L. Hartsough. 



1. I hear Thy welcome Toice, That calls me.Lord.to Thee, For cleansing in Thy precious blood That flowed on Calvary. 




I am coming, Lord, C -n-lng now to Thee: Wash me,cleanse me in the blood That Sowed on Cal-va-ry. 




2 Tho' coming weak and vile 
Thou dost my strength assure; 
Thou dost my vileness fully cleanse 
Till spotless all, and pure. 

No. 234. 

Charlotte Elliott. 



3'Ti3 Jesus calls me on, 
To perfect faith and love. 
To perfect hope.and peace,and trust 
For earth and heav'n above. 

Just As I Am. 



And He assurance gives 
To loyal hearts and true. 
That ev'ry promise is fulfilled 
To those who hear and do. 



VVm. B. Bradbury. 




1. Just as I am! with - out one plea, But that Thy blood was shed for me. And that Thon bidd'st me 

2. Just as I am! and wait - ing not To rid my soul of one dark blot, To Thee, whose blood can 

3. Just as I ami tho' toss'd a-bout With many a conflict many a doubt, Fighting and fears with- 




come to Thee, Lamb of God! I come! I 
cleanse each spot, Lamb of God! I come! I 
in, with - out, Lamb of God! I come! I 



come! 
comel 
come! 



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4 Just as I am! poor, wretched, blind, 
Sight, riches, healing of the mind, 
Yea, aU I need in Thee to find, 

Lamt) of God, I come! I comel 

5 Just as 1 am— thou wilt receive. 

Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; 
Because thy promise I believe, 
O Lamb of God, I comel I comel 



NO; 235. 

Mrs. H. M. Hall. 



Jesus Paid It All, 



John T. Qrape. 




2 Lord, now indeed I find 
Thy power, and Thine alone, 
Can change the leper's spots, 
And melt the heart of stone. 



3 For nothing good have I 
Whereby Thy grace to claim— 
I'll wash my garments white 
In the blood of Calv'ry's Lamb. 



4 And when, before the throne, 
I stand in Him complete 
"Jesus died my soul to save,' 
My lips shall still repeat. 



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lajestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned, 



Samuel Stennett. 



1. Ma - jes - tic sweetness sits enthroned Upon the Sav-ior's brow; 

2. No mor-tal can with Him com-pare, A-mong the sons of men; 

3. He saw me plunged in deep dis-tress, And flew to my re - lief; 



Thomas Hastings. 



His head with radiant glories crowned, 
Fair - er is He than all the fair 
For me He bore the shame-ful cross, 




His lips with grace o'er-flow, his lips with grace o'er-flow. 
That fill the heav'niy train, That fill the heav'niy train. 
And car-ried all my grief, And car-ried all my grief. 



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4 To Him I owe my life and breath. 
And all the joys I have: 
He make me triumph over death. 
And saves me from the grave. 

5 Since from His bounty I receive 
Such proofs of love divine. 

Had I a thousand hearts to give. 
Lord, they should all be thine. 



No. 237. 



The Great Physician. 



J. H. Stockton. 




f The great Phy-si-cian now is near, The sym-pa-thiz-ing Je - sus, | I Sweetest note in ser-aph song, \ 

\ He speaks the drooping heart to cheer,0 hear the voice of Je - sus. I I Sweetest name on mortal tongue, ( 

Je - sus, bless-ed Je - sus. 



; speaks the drooping 
D. S.— Sweetest car - ol ev - er 




Your many sins are all forgiven, |3 All glory to the dying LambI J 4 His name dispels my guilt and fear, 
Ohl hear the voice of Jesus; I now believe in Jesus; I No other name but Jesijs; 

Go on your way in peace to heaven, I love the blessed Savior's name,' Ohl how my soul delights to bear 
And wear a crown with Jesus. | I love the name of Jesus. 1 The charming name of Jesus, 



No. 238. 

Mrs. Horatlu5 Bonar, 



rade, Fade, Each Earthly Joy. 




1. Fade, fade, each earthly joy, Je - sus is mine! Break ev - 'ry ten - der tie, 

2. Tempt not my soul a - way, Je - bub is mine! Here would I ev - er stay, 

3. Farewell, ye dreams of night, Je - bus is mine! Lost in this dawn-ing light, 

4. Fare-well, mor -tal - i - ty, Je - sua is mine! Wei - come e - ter - nl - ty. 



Je - sus is minet 

Je - sus is minel 

Je - sus is minel 

Je - BUS is minel 




Dark is the wii - der-ness. Earth has no rest-ing place, Je - sus a - lone can bless, Je - sus is minel 

Per - ish - ing things ol clay. Bom for but one brief day. Pass from my heart a-way, Je - sus is mine! 

All that my soul has tried Left but a dis - mal void, Je - sus has sat - is - fied, Je - sus is minel 

Welcome, loved and blest, Welcome.sweet scenes of rest, Welcome.my Savior's breast, Je - bus is minel 



No. 239. Never Lose Sight of Jesus. 




2 ( Pil-grim bound for the heav'niy land,. Nev-er lose sight of Je-sus'; 
■ I He'll lead you gen-tly with lov-ing hand, 
D. S.— Day and night He will lead you right. 

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Nev - er lose sight of Je-sus. 
Nev - er lose sight of Je-sus. 




Nev - er lose sight of Je - sus, Nev - er lose sight of Je • sus; 



1 Pilgrim bound for the heavenly 
Never lose sight of Jesus; [land. 
He'll lead you gently with loving 
Never lose sight of Jesus, [hand, 



2 When-e'er you're tempted to go 
Never lose sight of Jesus; [astray. 
Press onward, upward, the narrow 
Never lose sight of Jesus. [way, 



3 Tho' dark the pathway may seem 
ahead, 

Never lose sight of Jesus; 

"I will be with you, "His word hath' 

said, 
Never lose sight of Jesos. 

4 When death is knocking outside the 
Never lose sight of Jesus; [door. 
Till safely landed on Canaan's shore. 
Never lose sight of Jesus. 



No, 240. 



Gome, Ye Sinners. 




2 ( Come, ye sin • ners, poor and need - y. Weak and wound-ed, sick and sore; > 
■ I Je - sus. read - y stands to save you. Full of pit - y, love and pow'r. i Turn 
D. C— Glo - ry, hon • or and sal - va - tion Christ the Lord is come to reign. 




Lord, and seek sal - va - tion, Sound the praise of His dear name, 



2 Now, -ye needy, come and welcome, 
God's free bounty glorify; 
True belief and true repentance, 
Ev'ry grace that brings you nigh. 



3 Letnot conscience make you I 
Nor of fitness fondly dream; 
All the fitness He requireth 
Is to feel your need of Him. 



4 Come, ye weary, heavy laden, 
Bruised and mangled by the fall,. 
If you tarry till you're better, 
You will never come at alL 



5 Agonizing in the garden, 
Your Redeemer prostrate lies, 
On the bloody tree behold Himt 
Hear Him cry, before He dies. 



No. 241. Must Jesus Bear the Gross Alone? 



Thos. Shepherd. 



Fourth Tune. ^ 



Geo. N. Allen. 




2 How happy are the saints above, 
Who once went sorrowing herel 
, But now they taste unmingled lave, 
And joy without a tear. 



3 The consecrated cross I'll bear, 
Till death shall set me free; 
And then go home my crown to wear, 
For there's a crown for me. , 



Upon the crystal pavement, down^ 
At Jesus pierced feet, 
Joyful, I'll cast ray golden crown 
And His dear name repeat. 



No. 242 

J. H. S. 



Only Trust Him. 



J. H. Stockton. 



1. Come ev - 'ry soul by sin oppress'd, There's mercy with the Lord, And He will surely give you rest 

2. For Je - sus shed His precious blood, Rich bless-ings to bestow; Plunge now in-to the crimson flood That 

3. Yes, Je - sus is the Truth, the Way, That leads you in-to rest; Be - lieve in Hira with-out de-lay. And 

4. Come, then, and join this ho- ly band. And on to glo - ry go. To dwell m that ce-les-tial land. Where 




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trust-ing in His word. 

wash-es white as snow. (On - ly trust Him, on - ly trust Him, On-ly trust Him now; » 

you are hil - ly blest. < He will save you, He will save you. He will., v J save you now. 

joy8»im-mor-tal flow. 




hap - py day that fiied my choice On Thee, my Sav-ior and my God! ) 



I Well may this glowing heart re - joice, And tell its rap-tures all a-broad. f Hap-py day, hap-py day, 

Hap-py day, hap-py day, 



2 / hap-py bond, that seals my vows To Him who mer - its all my love! 
■ ^ Let cheerM an-theras fill His house. While to that sacred shrine I move. 




When Jesus washed my sins away! 

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He taught me how to watch and pray j 
And live re - joie - ing ev-'ry day; 

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'Tis done this great transaction's 

done; 
I am my Lord's, and He isi 
He drew me, and I followed on. 
Charmed to confess the voice divine. 

4 Now rest, my long-divided heart; 
Fixed on this blissful centre, rest; 
Nor ever from thy Lord depart. 
With Him of every good possessed'. 



No. 244. 

Wm, P. Mackay. 



Revive Us Again. 



J.J. Husband. 




-zi 9 4 ' m ^ ^ ' i^ 4 ^0 ■\ — r 

1. We praise Thee, God! For the Son of Thy love. For Je - sus who died And is now gone a - bove. 

2. We praise Thee, God! For Thy Spir - it of light. Who has shown us our Savior.And scattered our night. 

3. All glo - ry and praise To the Lamb that was slain. Who has borne all our sins And has cleansed ev'ry stain. 

4. Re - vive us a - gain; Fill each heart with Thy love; May each soul be re-kindled With fire from a-bove. 




No. 245. Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me. 



Edward Hopper. 



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1. .Te - sus, Sav-ior, pi - lot me, 0-ver life's tempestuous sea: j Un-known waves before me roll, 
D.C.— Chart and compass come from Thee, Jesus, Savior,pi-lot me. i Hidip.g rocks and treach'rous 



1 Jesus, Savior, pilot me, |2 As a mother stills her child. 

Over life's tempestuous sea: Thou canst hush the ocean wild; 

Unknown waves before me roll, Boisterous waves, obey Thy will 

Hiding rocks and treach'rous shoal; When Thou say st to them"Be still!' 
Chart and compass come from Thee Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, 
Jesus, Savior, pilot me. | Jesus, Savior, pilot me. 



[3 When at last I near the shore, 
And the fearful breakers roar 

I 'Twix me and the peaceful rest. 
Then, while leaning on Thy breast. 
May I hear Thee say to me, 
"Fear not, I will pilot thee." 



No. 246. 

A. M. Toplady. 



Rock of A^es. 



Thomas Hastings. ^ 



1, Rock of A - ges, cleft for me, Let me hide ray-self in Thee; i Let the wa - ter and the blood, -i 
p. C— Be of sin the doub-le cure, Save from wrath and make me pure. ' FroraThy woundedside which flow'd I 




1 Rock of Ages, cleft for me. 
Let me hide myself in Thee; 
Let the water and the blood, 
From thy wounded side which flow'd 
Be of sin the double cure. 
Save from wrath and make me pure. 



2 Could my tears forever flow, 
Could my zeal no languor ' 
These for sin could not atone, 
Thou must save, and Thou alone: 
In ray hand no price I bring. 
Simply to Thy cross I cling. 



3 ^Vhile I draw this fleeting breath, 
When my eyes shall close in death. 
When I rise to worlds unknown. 
And behold Thee on Thy throne, 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me, 
Let me hide myself in Thee. 



No. 247. Safely Through Another Week. 



Arr. by Lowell Mason. 




, I Safe - ly thro' an-oth-er week, God I 
i Let us now a bless-ing seek, 



us CD our way; 



Wait-ing in His courts to - day; 



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While we pray for pard'nuig grace 
Thro' the dear Redeemer's name, 
Show thy reconciled face, 
Take away our sin and shame; 
From onr worldly cares set free, 
May we rest this day in Thee. 



3 Here we come Thy name to prai 
Let us feel Thy pesence near; 
May Thy glory meet our eyes. 
While we in Thy house appear; 
Here afford us, Lord, a taste 
Of our everlasting feast. 



May the gospel's joyful sound 
Conquer sinners, comfort saints; 
Make the fruits of grace abound, 
Bring relief to all complaints; 
Thus may all our Sabbaths prove. 
Till we join the church above. 



No. 248. Guide Me, Thou Great Jehovah. 



William Williams. 



Tiiomaa Hastings. 




. ( Guide me, Thou great Je-ho-vah, Pilgrim thro' this bar-ren land; 

'■• ^l am weak, but Thou art mighty, Keep me with Thy pow'r-ful hand; / Bread of heaven, Feed me till I 



f - pen now the crys-tal fountain, Whence the heahng wa-ters flow 
1 Let the fiery, cloud-y pil - lar. Lead me all my journey through: 




Strong Delivercr,Be Thou still my 






want no more: Bread of heaven. Feed me till I want no more, 
strength and shield; Strong Deliverer,Be Thou still my strength and shield. 



3 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside; 
Bear me thro' the swelling current, 
Land me safe on Canaan's side: 
Songs of praises 
I will ever give to Thee. 



No. 249. Good News. 

First or Second Tune. 

1 On the mountain's top appearing, 

Lo! the sacred herald stands. 

Welcome news to Zion bearing, 

Zion, long in hostile land^: 

Mourning captive! 
God himself shall loose thy bands. 

2 Has thy night been long and mournful? 

Have thy friends unf:iithful proved? 

Have thy foes been proud and scornful. 

By thy sighs and tears unmoved? 

Cease thy mourning; 
Zion still is well beloved. 

3 God, thy God, will now restore thee; 

He himself appears thy Friend; 
All thy foes shall flee before thee; 
Here their boasts and triumphs end: 

Great deUverance 
Zion's King will surely send. 



No. 250. riallelujahl 

First or Second Tune, 

1 Thou God of my salvation, 

My Redeemer from all sin; 
Moved by Thy divine compassion, 
Wlio hast died my heart to win, 

I will praise Thee; 
Where shall I Thy praise begin? 

2 Though unseen, 1 love the Savior; 

He hath brought salvation near; 
Manifests His pardoning favor; 
And when Jesus doth appear. 

Soul and body 
Shall His glorious image bear. 

3 While the angel choirs are crying, 

"Glory to the great I AM," 

I with them will still be vying— 

"Glory! glory to the Lamb! '3 

how precious 

Is the sound of Jesus' name I 



No. 251. 



Hark! Ten Thousand. 



Thomas Kelly 



Sseond Tune. 



Lowell Mason. 




I Hark! ten-thousand harps and voices Sound the note of praise above; 
"■ I Je - sus reigns, and heav'n rejoices, Je - bus reigns, the God of love, 
D.C.-Hal-le-lu-jah, Hal-le-lu - jahl Kal-le-lu - jah, A 



See, He sits on yonder throne. 

Be 9it9 on ;0D-der tbroce. 




JesQS rules the world alone; 

J»-saa rnleo the world a-lon.: 



2 Jesus, hail! whose glory brightens. 
All above, and gives it worth; 
Lord of liie. Thy orcilo enhghtens. 
Cheers and charms Thy saints on 
earth; 
When we think of love like Thine, 
Lord, we own it love divine; 



King of glory, reign forever; 

Thine an everlasting crown; 
Nothing from Thy love shall sever 

Those whom Thou hast made 
Thine own; 
Happy objects of Thy grace, 
Destined to behold Thy face. 



No. 252 

Geo. Robinson. 



Gome, Thou Fount. 

First rune.pj^j. 



John Wyeth. 

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I 1 Come.Thou Fount of ev'ry blessing.Tune my heart to sing Thy frace, I ) Teach me some melod 

'> Streams ol mer-cy, nev-er ceas-ing. Call for songs of loudest praise; ' ' Sung by flam-ing 
[). C. Praise the mount, I'm fixed up-on iti Mount of Thy redeeming love. 




1 Come.Thou Fount of eVry blessing 
Tune my heart to sing Thy grace, 
Streams of mercy, never ceasing, 
Call for songs of loudest praise; 
Teach me some melodious sonnet, 
Sung by flaming tongues above; 
Praise the mount, I'm fixed upon it! 
Mount of Thy redeeming love. . 



Here I'll raise my Ebenezer, 
Hither by Thy help I'll come; 
And I hope, by Thy good pleasure. 
Safely to arrive at home: 
Jesus sought me when a stranger. 
Wandering from the fold of God; 
He, to rescue me from danger. 
Interposed His precious blood. 



Oh, to grace bow great a debtor 
Daily I'm constramed to be! 
Let Thy goodness, hke a fetter, 
Bind my wandering heart to Thee; 
Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it. 
Prone to leave the God I love; [it, 
Here's my heart, oh, take and seal. 
Seal it for Thy courts above. 



No. 253. I Love Jesus, He's My Savior. 

Geo. Robinson. - - - 



Second Tune. 




' Come, Thou Fount of ev'ry blessing.Tune my heart to sing Thy grace, 1 ) I love Je-sus,Hal-le-lu-jah! 



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■ 1 Streams of mer-cy, never ceas-ing Call for songs of loudest praise; 
D. C— I love Je-sus, He's my Savior; Jesus smiles and loves me too. 



No. 254. The fountain Stands Open. 




No. 255. The Cleansing Wave. 

Mrs. Phoebe Palmer. er ■.ebmission. Mrs. Jos. F. Knapp. 

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J )0h, now I see the crim-son wave The fountain deep and wide; f 
■ I Je- sus, my Lord, might-y to save, ' Points to His ' 




' The cleansing stream I see! I see! I plunge, and oh, it cleans-eth me; 
Oh, praise the Lord, it cleans-eth me, it cleans-eth me, /jfis, cleans-eth me.. 

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2 I see the new creation rise, 
I hear the speaking blood: 
Jesus my Lord, mighty to save, 
Poiute to His wounded side. 



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3 I rise to walk in heav'n's own hght.l4 Amazing grace! 'tis heaven below 
Above the world and sin, [white To feel the blood apphed; 
With heart made pure and.garments And Jesus, only Jesus know, 
And Christ enthroned within. | My Jesus crucified. 



No. 256. 



Blessed Assurance. 



F. J. Crosby 



Mrs. J. F. Knapp. 




1. Bless-ed as ' sur - ance, Je-sus is mine! Oh, what a fore-taste of glo - ry di - vinel Heir of saU 

2. Per - feet sub-mis-sion, per-fectde- light, Vis-ions of rap - ture now burst on my sight, An-gels de- 

3. Per - feet sub-mis-sion, all is at rest, I, in my Sav - ior am hap -py and blest. Watching and 




va • tion, pur-chase of God, Bom of His Spir - it, washed in His blood. 

eeend-ing, bring from a-bove, Eeh - oes of mer - cy, whis-pers of love. This is my eto • ry, 

wait - ing, look -ing a - bove, Filled with His goodness, lost in His love. 



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D. C— Prais-ing my Sav - ior all the day long. 



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this is my song, Praising my Sav - ior all the day long; This is my sto - ry, this is my song; 



No. 257. 

J. H. Qllmore. 



He Leadeth Me. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 



1. He lead-eth me! Wess - ed tho't! words with heav'nly eom-fort fraught! What-e'er I do, wher- 

2. Sometimes 'mid scenes of deepest gloom, Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, By waters still, o'er 

3. Lord, I would elasp Thy hand in mine, Nor ev - er mur - mur or re - pine. Con - tent, what-ev - er 

4. And when my task oo earth is done, When, by Thy grace, the vict'ry's won, E'en death's cold wave I 




e'er I be, Still 'tis God's hand that lead-eth me. 

troub-led sea, Still 'tis God's hand that lead-eth me, 

lot I see, Since'tis God's hand that lead-eth toe. 

will nbt flee. Since God thro' Jor- dan lead-eth me. 



He lead-eth me, He lead-eth me, '. 




hand He lead-eth 



• fnl fol-low'r I would be. For by His hand He lead-eth me. 



No. 258. 

John Fawcett, 

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Blest Be the Tie. 



Hans Qeorge Naegeli. 

the tie that ijinds Our hearts in Christian Iove;The felllow-shipofkindredmindslslike to that a-bove. 




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Father's throne 
We pour our ardent prayers; [one, 
Our fears, our hopes, our aims are 
Our comforts and our cares. 



Our mutual burdens bear; 
And often fur each other flows 
The sympathizing tear. 



4 When we asunder part, 
It gives us inward pain; 
But we shall still be joined in heart, 
And hope to meet again. 



No. 259. My Soul, Be on Thy Guard. 

George Heath. Lowell Mason. 



iv thee from the ski 



I. My soul, beon thy guard;Tenthousandfoesarise;Thehostsofsin are pressing hard To draw thee from the skies. 

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2 watch, and fight, and pray; 
The battle ne'er give o'er; 
Renew it boldly every day, 
And help divine implore. 



3 Ne'er think the victory won. 
Nor lay thine armor down: 
The work of faith will not be done, 
Till thou obtain the crown. 



4 Fight on, my soul, till death 
Shall bring thee to thy God: 
He'll take thee, at thy parting 
To His divine abode. [breath. 



No. 260. 

Charles Wesley 



A Charge to Keep. 



Lowell Mason. 



1. A charge to keep I have, A God to glo-ri - fy; 



A nev-er dy-ing soul to save. And fit it for the sky. 



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2 To serve the present age, \Z Arm me with jealous care. 

My calling to fulfill, I As, in Thy sight to live; 

Oh, may it all my pow'rs engage, And oh, Thy servant. Lord, prepare, 

To do my Master's will. | A strict account to give. 



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4 Help me to watch and pray, 
And on Thyself rely. 
Assured, if 1 my trust betray, 
I shall forever die. 



No. 261. 61n6 of Mis Mighty Lave. 

Frank Bottome. Witi. B. Bradbury. 

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J I Oh, bliss of the pur - i - fied, bliss of the free, J plunge in the crim-son tide o-pen'd for me; ) 

I O'er sin and un-clean-ness ex - ult - ing I stand, And pomt to the print of the nails in His hand. I 

2 J Oh, bliss of the pur - i - fied, Je - sus is mine. No long - er in dread-con-dem-na-tion I pine; "1 

I In con - scious sal-va - tion 1 sing of His grace, Who lift - eth up - on me the light of His face. / 

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3 Oh, bliss of the purified! bliss of the pure! 

No wound hath the soul that His blood cannot cure; 
No sorrow-bowed head but may sweetly find rest, 
No tears but may dry them on Jesus' breast. 



Jesus the crucified! Thee will I sing. 
My blessed Redeemer, my God and my King; 
Mysoul, filled with rapture, shall shout o'er thegrave, 
And triumph in death in the "Mighty to Save." 



No. 262. 

H. F. Lyte. 



Abide With Me. 



Wm. H. Monk. 



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1. A - bide with rael Fast falls the e - ven - tide, The dark-ness deep-ens— Lord, with me a-bide! 

2. Swift to its close ebbs out life's lit - tie day; Earth's joys grow dim, its glo-ries pass a - way; 

3. I need Thy pres - ence ev • 'ry pass-ing hour. What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's pov/'r? 

4. Hold Thou Thy cross be-fore my clos - ing eyes; Shine thro' the gloom, and point mc to the skies; 



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Change and de - cay in all a - round I see; Thou who changest not, a - bide with me! 
Who, like Thy - self , my guide and stay can be? Thro' clond and sunshine, oh, a-bide with mei 
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No. 263.. 

John Kepler. 



Sun of My Soul. 



Henry Monk. 




-bom cloud a - rise To hide Thee from Thy servant's eye. 
thought, how sweet to rest For-ev-er on my Sav-ior's breast. 



3 Abide with me from mom till eve, 
For vrith-out Thee I cannot live; 
Abide with n:e when night is nigh, 
For without Thee I da-e not die. 

4 Be near to bless me when I wake. 
Ere thro' the world ray way I take, 
Abide with me till in Thy love 

I lose myself in heaven above. 



No. 264. My Paith Looks Up to Thee. 

Ray Palmer. 



Lowell Mason. 



1. My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Cal - va - ry, Sav - ior di - vine; Now hear me 

2. May Thy rich grace im - part Strength to my faint-ing heart, My zeal in - spire; As Thou hast 

3. While life's dark maze I tread. And griefs a-round me spread, Be Thou my Guidej Bid dark-ness 

4. When ends life's transient dream, When death'8.cold sul-Ien stream Shall o'er me roll. Blest Sav - ior 

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No. 265. Jesus Lover of My Soul. 

Charles Wesley. 



J. P. Holbrook. 



1. Je - BUS, Lov - er of ray soul, 

2. 0th - er ref - uge have I none; 

3. Thou, Christ, art all I want; 

4. Plenteous grace with Thee is found, 



Let me to Thy bo - som fly. While the near - er wa-ters 
Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; Leave, oh, leave me not a- 
More than all in Thee I find; Raise the fal - len, cheer the 
Grace to cov - er all my sin; Let the heal - ing streams a- 




storm of life is past; 
help from Thee I bring; 
all un-right-eous-ness; 
let me take of Thee; 



Safe in - to the ha - ven guide, 
Cov - er my de - fense - less head 
Vile and Wl of sin I am, 
Spring Thou up with - in my heart. 



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re - ceive my soul at last! 
With the shad - ow of Thy wing. 
Thou are full of truth and grace. 
Rise to all e • ter • ni - ty. 



No. 266. Jesus, Lover of My Soul. 

Second Tune. i..„„ S. B. Marsh. 

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■ I While the nearer waters roll. While the tempest still is high. ( 
D. C— Safe in-to the ha-ven guide, re-ceive my soul at 



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Hide me, 0, my Sav-ior bide, 1 
Till the storm of life is past; / 



No. 267. 



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Gome, Ye Disconsolate. 



Thomas Moore. 



Samuel Webbe. 




1. Come, ye dis-con -so - late, wher-e'er you Ian - guish; Come to the mer - cy seat, fer-vent-ly kneel; 

2. Joy of the com - fort - less, light of the stray - ing, Hope of the pen - i - tent, fade-less and pure; 

3. Here see the Bread of Life, see wa-ters flow - ing Forth from the throne of God, pure from a-bove; 

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Here bring your wounded hearts here tell your anguish; Earth has no sor-row that heav'n c'ari-not heal. 
Here speaks the Cora-fort-er, ten - der - !y say - ing, "Earth has no sor-row that heav'n can-not cure,' 
Come to the feast of love, come, ev - er know - ing Earth has no sor-row but heav'n can re-raove. 



No. 268. 

Samuel Medley 

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Loving Kindness. 



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1. A-wake my soul in joy-ful lays And sing my great Redeemer's praise, Ho justly claims a song from me„ 

2. He saw me ru - ined in tlie fall, Yet loved me not-with-stand-ing all; He saved me from my lost estate^ 

3. Tho' numerous hosts of mighty foea.Tho' earth aodbeU my way op-pose. He safely leads my soufa-long, 

4. When trouble.like a gloomycloud.Has gathered tbickand thundered loud, He near my soul has always stood. 




His bv-ing kindness, oh, how free! Loving kindness, loving kind-ness. His loving kindness, oh, bow free! 
His lov-ing kindness, oh, how great! Loving kindness, loving kind-ness, His loving kindness, oh, how great! 
His lov-ing kindness, oh,how strong! Loving kindness, loving kind-nfess. His loving kindne88,oh, how strong! 
His loT-ing kindness, oh,how good! Loving kindness, loving kind-ness, His loving kindness, oh, how good! 




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Nearer, My God, to Thee. 




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E'en tho' it be a cross, (Omit.) That raiscth me, Still all my song shall be, Nearer,myGod,to Thee, 
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2 Tbongh like a wanderer, 
The sun gone down, 

Darkness be over me, 

■ My rest a stone; 

Yet in my dreams I'd be 

Nearer, ray God, to Thee; 
Nearer to Thee! 

No. 270. 

S. D. Phelps. 



3 There let the way appear 
Steps unto heaven; 
All that Thou sendest me. 

In mercy given; 
Angels to beckon me 
Nearer, my God, to Thee; 
Nearer to Thee! 



4 Or if, on jojrful wing, 

Cleaving the sky. 
Sun, moon, and staraioigot. 

Upward I fly, 
Still all my song shall be. 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee! 



Something for Jesus. 



Lowell Mason. 



1. Sav-iorlThy dy - ing love Thou gav-est me, Nor should I aught with-hold, Dear Lord, from Thee; 

2. At the blest mer - cy-seat. Plead - ing tor me, My fee - ble faith looks up, Je - sus, to Thee: 

3. Give me a faith-ful heart— Like-ness to Thee— That each de - part - mg day Hence-forth may see 

4. All that I am and have— Thy gifts so free— In joy, in grief, thro' life. Dear Lord, for Thee! 




In love my sou! would bow, My heart ful - fill its vow. Some off'ring bring Thee now. Some-thing for Thee. ' 
Help me the cross to bear. Thy wondrous love declare, Some song to raise, or pray'r. Some-thing for Thee, j 
Some work of love be-gun, Some deed of kindness done, Some wand'rer sought and won, Some-thing for Thee. 
And when Thy face I see My ransom'd soul shall be. Thro' all e - ter - ni - ty, Some-thing for Thee. 



No. 271. 



Rev. E. A. Hotfman. 



Glory to His Name. 



Rev. J. H. Stockton. 

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Ob, precious fountain that saves from an, 
I am so glad I have entered in; 
There Jesus saves me and keeps me clean; 
Glory to His name. 

4 Come to this fountain so rich and sweet; 
Cast thy poor soul at the Savior's feet; 
Phinge in to-day, and be made complete; 
Glory to His name. 



No. 272. 

Wnj. McDonald. 



Under the Gross. 



E. O. Excel!. 



f 1 1 am com-ing to the cross; I am poor, and weak and blind;""™* I 

^' 11 am counting all but ch-oss; I shaU I fuU sal-va-tion find. H>He. 




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Tinder the cross I lay my sins, Under the cross, my cry; cross I'll die. 



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3 Here I give my all to Thee, 
Friends.and time.and earthly store. 
Soul and body Thine to be. 
Wholly Thine forevermore. 



No. 273. Blessed Be the Name. 

Charles Wesley, Alt. 



Har. by J. M. Hunt. 

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J I for a thou-sand tongues to sing, Bless-ed be the-name of the Lord! | 

I The glo-ries of my God and Kingl Bless-ed be the name (^ of the Lord! 

2 fJe-susUhe name that charms our fears, Bless-ed be the name of the Lord! 
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the name, bless-ed be the name, Blese-ed be the name of the Lord! 



3 He breaks the pow'r of canceled sin. Blessed be etc, 1 4 I never shall forget that day. Blessed be etc. 
His blood can make the foulest clean, Blessed be etc, | Wlien Jesus washed my sins away, Blessed be etc. 



No. 274. Gome, Thou Almi^hly King. 



Charles Wesley. 



Come, Thou Al - might - y King, 
Come, Thou in -xar-nateWord, 
Come, ho - ly Com - fort - er, 
To the great One in Three, 



Felice aiardlni. 



Help U3 Thy name to sing, Help us to praiae: Fa - ther all- 
Gird on Thy mifiht - y sword, Our prayer at-tend; Come, and Thy 
Thy sa - cred wit - ness bear In this glad hour; Thou who al- 
The high - est prais - es be Hence, ev-er morel His sov'reign 




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glo - ri-ous, O'er all vie - to - ri - ous, Come, and reign o - ver us, An - cient of days! 

peo - pie bless, And give Thy Word sue - cess: Spir - it of -ho! - i - ness, On us de - scendl 

might - y art, Now rule in ev • 'ry heart. And ne'er from ua de-part, Spir - it of pow'rl 

maj - es - ty May we in glo - ry see. And to e - ter - ni - ty Love and a - dorel 

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No. 275. Worship; 

Tune Lyons. 

1 worship the King all glorious above. 
And gratefully sing His wonderful love; 

Our Shield and Defender, the Ancient of days, 
Pavilioned in splendor, and girded with praise. 

2 tell of His might, and sing of His grace. 
Whose robe is the light, whose canopy space; 
-His chariots of wrath the deep thunderclouds form, 

And dark is His path on the wings of the storm. 

3 Thy bountiful care what tongue can recite? 
It breathes in the air, it shines in the light, 

It streams from the hills, it descends to the plain, 
And sweetly distills in the dew and the rain. 

4 Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail. 
In Thee do we trust, nor find Thee to fail; 
Thy mercies how tenderl how firm to the endl 
Our Maker, Defender, Redeemer, and Friend. 



INo. 276. Ye Servants, 

Tune Lyoni, 

1 Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim. 
And publish abroad His wonderful name; 
The name all victorious of Jesus extol; 
His kingdom is glorious: He rules over all. 

2 God ruleth on high, almighty to save; 
And still He is nigh: His presence we have; 
The great congregation His triumph shall sing, 
Ascribing salvation to Jesus, our King. 

3 "Salvation to God, who sits on the throne," 
Let all cry aloud, and honor the Son, 

The praises of Jesus the angels procla'ira. 
Fall down on their faces, and worship the 

4 Then let us adore, and give Him His right- 
All glory and power, and wisdom and might; 
All honor and blessing, with angels dbove, 
And thanks never ceasing, for infinite love. 



No. 277. 

sir Robert Grant. 



Lyons. 10s, lis, 



Francis Joseph Hayden. 



WOT • ship the King aH - glo - rions a - bove, And grate-fnl-ly sing His won - der - ful love; 




Our Shield and De-fead-er, the An-cient of days. Pa - vil-ioned in splen-dor, and gird - ed with praise. 

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Mo. 278 

J. M. S. 



Take Me As I Am. 




1. Jesus my Lord, to Thee I cry: Unless Thon help me,I must die; Oh, bring Thy free salvation nigh. And 

2. Helpless I am, and full of guilt, But yet Thy blood was forme 8pilt;And Thou canstmakemewhat Thou wilt,But 

3. No prep - a - ra-tion can I make. My best resolves lonly break; YetsavemeforThineownBame'ssake, And 

4. I thirst,! long to know Thy love, Thy full salvation I would prove; But since to Thee I can-not move, Oh, 




take me as I am 

No. 279. 

William Hunter. 



The Heavenly Home. 



Arr. Rev. Williaot AlcDooald. 

Fine D.S. 




My beav'nly name is bright and fair; Nor pain, nor death i 
Its glitt TiDg tow'rs the sun oat-sbiDe;Tbat heav'aly mansion shall be mine. 
D.S. — I'm go-ing home to die no more. 



2 My Father's house is J)uilt on high 
Far, far above the -starry sky; 
When from this earthly prison free, 
That heavenly mansion mine shall be 



3 While here, a stranger far from hoiw, 
Affliction's waves may round ne foam ; 
Although, like Lazarus, sick and poor, 
My heavenly mansion is tecure. 



4 Let others seek a home below, [flow; 
Which flames devour, or waves o'er 
Be mine the happier lot to own 

; A heavnly mansion near the throa»> 



No. 280. How Tedious and Tasteless. 



John Newton. 




I tasteless the hours When Je sus no loog-er I see! Sweet prospects sweet birds.and sweet fiow'rs. 
D. S.-But when I am bap-py in Him 




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Have all lost their sweetness to me; The mid-sum-mer sun shines but dim. The fields strive in vain to look gay; 
De - cem - ber's as pleasant as May . 



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2 His name yields the richest perfume 
And sweeter than music His voice; 
His presence disperses my gloom. 
And makes all within me rejoice; 
I should, were He always thus nigh. 
Have nothing to wish or to fear; 
No mortal so happy as I; 
My summer would last all the year. 



3 Content with beholding His face. 
My all to His pleasure resigned. 
No changes of season or place [mind : 
Vv^ould make any change in my 
While blest with a sense of His love, 
A palace a toy would appear; 
And prisons would palaces prove. 
If J«sn8 would dwell with me there. 



4 My Lord, if indeed I am Thine, 
If Thou art my sun and my song. 
Say, why do I languish and pine? 
And why are my winters so long? 
drive these dark clouds from Iht skj. 
Thy soul-cheering presence restore; 
Or take me to Thee up on high. 
Where winter and clouds are do more. 



No. 281. How firm a Toundation. 




1. How firm a foun-da-tion, ye saints of the Lord, Is laid (or your faith in His ex - cel-Ient wordl 
2."Fcar not; I am with thee; be not dis-mayed! For I am thy God, I will still give thee aid; 
3. "When through the deep waters I call thee to go, The riv - ers of sor -row shall not -o-ver-flow, 
4. "When through fiery tri-als thy path-way shall lie. My grace, all-sul - fi-cient, shall be thy sup-ply. 




What more can He say than to you He hath said. To you, who for ref-uge to Je - sus have fled? 
I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand Up - held by ray gra-cious, om-nip - o-tent hand. 
For I will be with thee.thy tri - als to bless. And sane - ti - fy to thee thy dccp-cst dis - tress. 
The flame shall not hurt thee— I on- ly de - sign Thy dross to con-sumc, and thy gold to re - fine. 




5"E'cn down to old age, all my people siiaii prove 
My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love; 
And when hoary hairs shall their temples adorn. 
Like Iambs they shall still in my bosom be borne. 

No. 282. My Shepherd. 

First or Second Tune. 

1 The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I Know; 
I feed in green pastures, safe folded I rest; 

He leadeth my soul where the still waters flow. 
Restores me when wand'ring, redeems when oppress'd. 

2 Thro' the valley and shadow of death tho' I stray, 
Since Thou art my Guardian, no evil I fear; 

Thy rod shall defend me. Thy staff be my stay; 
No harm can befall with my Comforter near. 

3 In the midst of affliction my table is spread; 
With blessings unmeasured my cup runneth o'er; 
With perfume and oil Thou annointest my head; 

what shall I ask of Thy providence more? 

4 Let goodness and mercy, my bountiful ' God, 
Still follow my steps till I meet Thee above. 

1 seek by the path which my fore-fathers trod. 
Thro' the land of their sojourn. Thy kingdom of love. 



6"The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for repose, 
1 will not, I will not, desert to his foes; 
That soul, though all hell should endeavor to shake, 
I'll never, no, never, no, never forsake." 

No. 283. Delay Not. 

Pirtt or Sfcond Tune. 

1 Delay not, delay not, sinner, draw near, 
The waters of life are now flowing for theef 
No price is demanded, the Savior is here, 
Redemption is purchased, salvation is free. 

2 Delay not, delay not, why longer abuse 
The love and compassion of Jesus, thy GodT 
A fountain is open, how canst thou refuse 

To wash and be cleansed in His pardoning bloodr 

3 Delay not, delay not, sinner, to come. 
For Mercy still lingers and calls thee today: 
Her voice is not heard in the valeof the tomb; 
Her message, unheeded, will soon pass away. 

4 Delay not, delay not, the Spirit of grace 

Long grieved and resisted, may take his sad fligbtr 
And leave thee in darkness to finish thy race, 
To sink in the gloom of eternity's night. 



No. 284. How Tirm a Toundation. 



George Keith. 



Second Tvne. 



Portogallo. 



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ow firm a loundatioo, ye saints of the Lord, Is Uid for your faith in His cxcelleot word! What more c*n H* 




say than to yooHe bath said.To you.whoforrefugeto Jesna haTelled7Toyoo,who (orrelage to JesDS have lledT 



No. 285. 



Softly and Tenderly. 



BY PER. WILL L. THOMPSON & CO., E. LIVERPOOL, O., AND THE THOMPSON MUSIC CO., CHICAGO, IH. 

W. L. T. Will L. Tbompson, 

1. Soft- ly and ten-der - ly Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing for you and for me; 

2. Why should we tarry when Je-sus is plead-ing, Plead-ing for you and for me? 

3. Time is now fleeting, the moments are pass-ing, Pass-ing from you and from me; 

4. Think of the won-der-f ul love He has promised, Promised for you and for me; 



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At the heart's por-tal He's waiting and watching, Watching for you and for me. 
Why should we lin-ger and heed not His mercies, Mer-cies for you and for me? 
Shallows are gath'ring,and death's night is coming, Com-ing for you and for me. 
Tho' we have sinn'd, He has mer-cy and par-don, Par-don for you and for me. 




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No. 286. 



\ Need Thee Every Hour. 



AiraiE S. Hawks. 



Robert Lowrt, 



1. I need Thee ev'ryhour,MostgraciousLord;No tender voice like Thine Can peace afford. 

2. I need Thee ev'ry hour,StayThou near by;Temptations lose their pow'rWhenThou art nigh 
3.1 need Thee ev'ry hour,In joy or pain; Come quickly and abide, Or hfe is vain. 

4. I need Thee ev'ry hour, Teach me Thy will; And Thy rich promises In me ful - fill. 

5. I need Thee ev'ry hour,Most Ho-ly One; make me Thine indeed,Thou blessed Son. 

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I need Thee,0 1 need Thee,Ev'ry hour I need Thee;0 bless me now,my Savior,! come to Thee. 



ISo, 287. 



Jesus Saves. 



Peisciu,a J. Owens, 




KIRKPATRICK. 



W J. KlKKPATRICK. 



1. Wo have heard a joy - ful sound, Je-sus saves, 

2. Waft it on the roll- ing tide, Je-sus saves, 

3. Smg a - bovo the bat-tie's strife, Je-sus saves, 

4. Give the winds a might-y voice, Je-sus saves, 



Je-sus savos;Spread the tidings all a- 
Je-sus saves; Tell to sin-ners far and 
Je-sus saves, By His death and endless 
Je-sus saves; Let the nations now re- 



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round, Je - sus saves, Je - sus saves; Bear the news 

wide, Je - sus saves, Je - sus saves; Sing, ye is - 

life, Je - sus saves, Je - sus saves; Sing it soft 

ioice, Je - sus saves, Je - sus saves; Shout sal - va ■ 



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steeps and cross the waves; Onward, 'tis our Lord's command, Je-sus saves, Je-sus saves, 
back, ye o - cean caves;Earth shall keep her ju - bi- lee, Je-sus saves, Je-sus saves, 
heart for mer-cy craves. Sing in tri-umph o'er the tomb, Je-sus saves, Je-sus saves, 
hills and deep-est caves; This our song of vie - to - ry, Je-sus saves, Je-sus saves. 



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No. 288. 



Yield Not to Temptation. 



BY PERMISSION OF DR. 



H. R. Paluer. 



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ward, Dark passions sub - due, Look ev - er to Je-sus, 
- ions. Bad language dis - dain, God's name hold in rev'rence, 
i-est, Kind-heart-ed and true, Look ev - er to Je - sus, 
- eth, God giv - eth a crown, Thro' faith we shall con-quer, 
iour. Our strength will re-new. Look ev - er to Je-sus, 
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Nor take it in vain; Hell car - ry you thro'. Ask the Sav-iour to help you, 

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Comfort, strengthen,and keep you; He is will-ing to aid you. He will car - ry you thro 



!Ho. 289. 



What Did He Do? 

USED BY PERMISSION OF O. F. PUGH. 



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2 ( list - en to our won-drous sto - ry, Count-ed once a - mong the lost; i 

■ I Yet, One came down from heaven's glo • ry Sav - ing us at aw - iul cost!! 

n (No an - gel could His place have tak - en. High -est of the high tho' he;? 



The loved One on the cross for- sak 



Was one of the God-head three! ! 



„ ( WiW you sur - rend-er to this Sav-iour? To Hisscep-tre hum - bly bow? ) 
( You, too shall come to know His fav - or. He will save yc 



>'ou, save you now./ 




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"Whosoever WIIK 



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Who-soever heareth,"shout,shont the sound! Spread the blessed tidings all the world around: 
Tell the joyful news wher-ev-er man is found: 

Who-so-ev-er com-eth need not de-lay, Now the door is o-pen, en-ter 
Je - sus is the true, the on-ly Liv-ing Way: 
"Who-so-ev-er will!"the promise is secure;" Who-so-ev-er will,"f or ev- er must endure; 
"Who-so-ev-er will!" 'tis hfe for-ev-er-more: 



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proc-la-ma-tion o - ver vale and hill; 'Tis a lov-inj, Father calls the wand'rer home: 



No. 291. 



Christ Arose! 



BOBBBT LOWBT. 




1. Low in the grave He lay, Je-sus,my Saviour! Waiting the coming day, Je-sus,my Lord! 

2. Vainly they watch His bed,Je-sus,my Saviour! Vain-ly they seal the dead,Je-su8,niy Lord! 

3. Death cannot keep hisprey,Jesus,my Saviour! He tore the bars a - way,Je-sus,my Lord! 



CHORUS. Faster. 



Ip from the grave He a-rose, With a might-y triumph o'er His foes; 

He arose. He a-rose; 




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ISo. 292. Hallelujah! What a Saviour! 



name For the Son of God who came 

rude. In my place con-demned He stood, 

we; Spot - less Lamb of Ged was He; 

die, "It is fin-ished," was His cry; 

5. When He comes, our glo-rious King, All His ran - somed home to bring, 

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2. Bear-ing shame and scoff-ing 

3. Guilt - y, vile and help-less 

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Ru - ined sin - ners to re - claim! Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav 

Sealed my par - don with His blood; Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav 

"Full a - tone-ment!" can it be? Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav 

Now in heav'n ex - alt - ed high, Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav 

Then a - new this song we'll sing, Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav 



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!So. 293. 



All for Jesus. 



COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY E. O. EXCELL. 

Rev. J. B. Atchinson. words and music. 



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D. C— Ev - er more His good-ness tell -ing, It 
Sing-ing o'er and o'er the sto - ry. It 
For His watch-care nev - er ceas - ing. It 
Ev - er - more I'll hon - or Je - sus; 



Ev - er-more to be His dwell -ing, Ev - er-more Hisprais-es swell-ing. 
Plead - ing for the young and hoar - y, Tell - ing of His pow'r and glo - ry, 
Lov - ing Him for love un - ceas - ing. For His mer - cy e'er in - creas-ing. 
Hour by hour I'U live for Je - sus. Day by day I'll work for Je - sus. 



No. 294. There's a Great Day Coming. 

USED BY PER. W.L. THOMPSON 4 CO., EAST LIVERPOOL, O., AND 
W. L. T. THE THOMPSON MUSIC CO., CHICAGO, ILL. WiLL L. THOMTSON. 



1. There's a great day coming, A great day coming,There's a great day com-ing by and by; 

2. There's a bright day coming, A bright day comiDg,There's a bright day com-ing by and by; 
". There's a sad day coming, A sad day coming,There'sa sad day com-ing by and by; 

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When the saints and the sinners shall be parted right and left. 

But its brightness shall only come to them that love the Lord,Are you ready for that day to come 

When the sinner shall hear his doom,"Depart,I know ye not," 

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Are you ready? Are you ready? Are you ready for the judgment day? For the judgment day? 

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No. 295. ril Go Where You Want Me to Go. 



Mart Browk. copyright, 18»4, by c. 

Andante. 



ROUNSEFELL. BY PEP. 



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1. It may not be on the mountain's height, Or o - ver the storm - y sea; 

2. Per -haps to-day there are lov - ing words Which Je-sus would have me speak; 

3. There's surely somewhere a low - ly place. In earth's harvest fields so wide. 






It may not be at the bat - tie's front My Lord will have need of me; 
There may be now in the paths of sin Some wan-d'rer whom I should seek. 
Where I may la - bor thro' life's short day For Je - sus the cru - ci - fied; 




But, if by a still small Toice He calls 
Sav - lour, if Thou wilt be my ruide. 
So trust - ing my all to Thy ten - der care. 



D.S.-ril go where You want me to go, dear Lord 



To paths that I do not know, 

Tho' dark andrug-ged the way. 

And know-ing Thou lov - est me, 

, O'er mountain, or plain, or sea; 



I'll answer,dear Lord,with my hand in Thine, 
My voice shall ech - o Thy message sweet, 
I'll do Thy will with a heart sin-cere. 




I'll go where You want me to go. 
I'll say what You want me to say. 
I'll be what You want me to be. 



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No. 296. 

T. Kellt. 



The Sacred 

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Book. 

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1. I love the sa - cred Book of God, No oth-er can its place sup - ply; 

2. Sweet book ! in thee my eyes dis-cern The im-age of my ab - sent Lord; 

3. But while I'm here thou shalt sup - ply His place, and tell me of His love; 




It points me to the saints* a - bode, And bids me from de - struc-tion fly. 

From thy in - strnc-tive page I learn The joys His pres-ence will af - ford. 

I'll read with faith's dis-cern - ing eye, And thus par-take of joys a - bove. 



No. 297 

Alice Carey 



Nearer Home. 



Flotow, Arr. 




1. O'er the hills the snn is set-ting, And the eve is drawing on, Slow-ly drops the gen - tie twilight, 

2. One day near-er, sings the sail-or, As he glides the waters o'er, While the light is soft - ly dy - ing, 

3. Worn and wea-ry, oft the pil-grim Hails the setting of the sun For his goal is one day near-er 

4. Nearer home, yes, one day nearer.To our Father's house on high, To the. green fields and the fountains 




For an - oth - er day is gone; Gone for aye, its race is o - ver. Soon the dark-er shades will come. 
On his dis-tant, na-tive shore; Thus the Christ-ian.on life's o - cean, As his light boat cuts the foam. 
And his jour-ney near-ly done; Thus we feel when o'er life's des-ert Heart and sandal— sore we roam. 
Of the land be-yond the sky; For the heav'ns grow brighter o'er us, And the lamp hangs in the dome 




Still, 'tis sweet to know at ev-'ning We are one day near - er home, We are one day near-er home. 
In the ev-'ning cries with rap-tiure, I am one day near - er home, I am one day near-er home. 
As the-twi-light gath-ers o'er us We are one dayiiear - er home. We are one day near-er home. 
And our tents are pitched still clo8er,For we're one day near - er home, For we're one day near-er home. 



ISo. 298. 

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Hold the Fort. 

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Ho, my comradesl see the signal Wav-ing in tie sky! ) 
] Re-in-force-ments now appearing, ) 

j See the mighty host ad-vanc-ing,Sa-tan lead-ing on: •> 
( Mighty men a-round us fall-ing, ) 

f See the glorious banner waving! Hear the trumpet blow! i 
\ In our Leader's name we'll triumph J 

j Fierce and long the bat-tie rag-es, But our help is near; ^^ 
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No. 299. Standing On the Promises. 



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2. Standing on the prom-is-es that cannot fail;When the howling storms of donbtandfear as- 

3. Standing on the prom-is-es of Christ the Lord, Bound to Him e-ter-nally by love's strong- 

4. Standing on the prom-is-es, I • can not fall, List'ning ev-'ry moment to the Spir-it's 



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ring; Glo - ry in the highest,! will shout and sing,Standing on the promises of God. 

sail, By the liv-ing word of God I shall pre-vail. Standing on the promises of God. 

cord, - ver-coming daily with the Spirit's sword.Standing on the promises of God. 

call, Rest-ing in my Saviour, as my all in all. Standing on the promises of God. 







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No. 300. Rin6 the Bells of Heaven. 



Rev. Wm. 0. CUSHINQ. 

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^ f Ring the bells of heaven! there is joy to-day, For a soul re-turn-ing from the wild; i 

■ \ See! the Father meets him out upon the way, Wel-coming His weary wand'ring child, j 
2 ( Ring the bells of heaven! there is joy to-day, For the wand'rer now is re-con-ciled; > 

■ ■( Yes, a soul is rescued from his sinful way. And is born a-new a ransomed child. \ 
„ ( Ring the bells of heavenlspreadthe feast today, Angels swell the glad triumphant strain, > 

■ I Tell the joy-ful tidings! bear it far a - way. For a precious soul is born a - gain, j" 



D.C— 'Tisthe ransdm'd army, like a mighty sea, Pealing forth the anthem of the free. 



CHORUS. 



Glo-ry! glo - ry! how the an-gels sing; Glo-ry! glo-ry! how the lond harps ring; 



IN'o. 301. 



Lord, I'm Coming Home. 



WM. J. KiRKPATRICK. 



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1. I've wandered far a - way from God, Now I'm com-ing home; Tl 

2. I've wast-edman-y precious years, Now I'm com-ing home; I now re- 

3. I'm tired of sin and straying. Lord, Now I'm com-ing home; I'll trust Thy 

4. My soul is sick, my heart is sore. Now I'm com-ing home; My strength 

5. My on -ly hope, my on - ly plea. Now I'm com-ing home; That Je - sus 

6. I need His cleansing blood, I know, Now I'm com-ing home; wash me 



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died for me; Lord, I'm coming home, 
than the snow; Lord, I'm coming home. 

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arms of love; Lord, I'm coming home. 



No. 302. When the Roll is Galled Up Yonder. 



^ j When the trum-pet of the Lord shall sound, and time shall be no more, And the 

( When the saved of earth shall gath- er o - ver on the oth - er shore, And the 

n S On that bright and cloudless morning when the dead in Christ shall rise, And the 

\ When His chos - en ones shall gath- er to their home beyond the skies, And the 

q j Let us la - bor for the Mas - ter from the dawn till set of sun, Let us 

1 Then when all of life is o - ver and our work on earth is done, And the 



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morn-ing breaks, e-ter - nal bright and fair; roll is called up yonder, I'll be there, 
gjo - ry of His res -Jir- rec-tion share; roll is called up yonder, I'll be there, 
talk of all His wondrous love and care; roll is called up yonder, I'll be there. 




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When the roll is called up yonder, I'll be there, When the roll is called up 

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No. 303. 



Higher Ground. 



COPYRIGHT, 1898, BY J. HOWARD ENTWI8LE. 

Rev. Johnson OATMAN.Jr, johnj. hood, owner. u8ed by per. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. I'm pressing on the up-ward way. New heights I'm gaining ev- 'ry day; 

2, My heart has no de-sire to stay Where doubts a-rise and fears dis-may; 
3. 1 want to live a-bove the world, Tho' Sa-tan's darts at me are hurled. 
4 1 want to scale the ut-most height. And catch a gleam of glo-ry bright; 







Still pray-ing as I on-ward bound,"tord,plant my feet on high-er ground." 
Tho' some may dwell where these abound,My prayer,my aim is high-er ground. 
For faith has caught the joy-ful sound, The song of saints on high-er ground. 
But still I'll pray till heav'n I've found, "Lord, lead me on to high-er ground." 

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D. S.— than I have found, Lord,plant my feet on high-er ground. 



Lord, lift me up, and I shall stand By faith, on heaven's table-land; A higher plane 



No. 304, 



While Jesus Whispers. 



H. R. Palmer. 



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1. While Je-sns whispers to you, Come, sinner, come! While we are praying for you. Come, sinner, come! 

2. Are you too heav-y - la-den? Come, sinner, come! Jesus will bear your burden. Come, sinner, come! 

3. hearHia tender pleading, Come, sinner, come! Come and receive the blessing, Come, sinner.come! 



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Now is the time to own Him, Come, sinner, come! Now is the time to know Him, Come, sinner, come! 
Je - sus will not deceive you. Come, sinner, come! Je-sus can now redeem you. Come, sinner, come! 
While Je-sus whispers to you, Come, sinner, come! While we are praying for you, Come, sinner, come! 



No. 305. . 



God Be With You. 



J. E. Rankin. D. D 



W. O. Tomer. 




1. God he with yon till we 

2. God be with you till we 



meet again, By His connbels guide, uphold you,With His sheep securely fold yon, 
meet again, 'Neath His wings securely hide you. Daily manna still di - vide you,- 




3 God be with you till we meet again. 
When life's perils thick confound you. 
Put His arms unfailing round you, 
God be with you till we meet again. 

i God be with you till we meet again. 
Keep love's banner floating o'er yon. 
Smite death's threat'ning wave before yon, 
God be with you till we i 



No. 306. 



The Home Over There. 




1. think of the home o-ver there,. By the side of the riv - er of light, Where the saints, all im- 

2. thmk of the friends o-ver there. Who be-fore us the journey have trod. Of the songs that they 

3. My Sav -ior is no* o-ver there, There my kindreds and friends are at rest, Then a - way from my 

4. I'U soon be at home o-ver there. For the end of my jour-ney I see; Ma • ny dear to my 




mor-tal and fair. Are robed in their garments^of white, • rer there, o-ver there, think of the 
breathe on the air, In their home in the palace of God. think of the 

sor - row and care. Let me fly to the land of the blest. My Sav-ior is 

heart, o"- ver there, Are watching and waiting for me. over there. Over there, overthere.I'll soon be at 

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1. Come, we that love the Lord, And let our joys be known, Join in a song with 

2. Let those re-fuse to sing Who nev - er knew our God; But chil-dren of the 

3. The hill of Zi - on yields- A thou-sand sa-cred sweets. Be-fore we reach the 

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heav'n-ly King, But chil-dren of the heav'n-ly King, May speak their joys a-broad, 
heav'n-ly fields. Be - fore we reach the heav'nly fields. Or walk the gold - en streets, 
manuel's ground. We're marching thro' Immanuel's ground. To fair-er worlds on high, 

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May speak their joys a-broad. We're marching to Zi-on, Beau-ti-ful, boau-ti-ful 
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No. 308. Battle Hymn of the Republic. 



JuUa Ward Howe. 



Melody, "Glory Hallelujah. 

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1. Mine eyes have seen the glo - ry of the com - ing of the Lord; 

2. I have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hun - dred cir-cling camps; They 1 

3. He has sound-ed forth the trump-et that shall nev - er call re-treat; He 

4. In the beau - ty of the lil - ies, Christ was born a - cross the sea, With 






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tramp-ling out the vint - age where the grapes of wrath are stored; He hath loosed tho 
build - ed Him an al - tar in the eve - ning dews and damps; I can read His 
sift - ing out the hearts of men be - fore His judg-ment seat. be swift, my 
glo - ry in His bos - om that trans - fig - ures you and me; As He died to 



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fate - ful light- ning of His ter - ri -ble swift sword; His truth is march-ing on. 

right-eous sen-tence by the dim and flar- ing lamps; His day is march-ing on. 

soul, to an - swer Him! be ju - bi-lant, my feet! Our God is march-ing on. 

make men ho - ly, let us die to make men free; While God is march-ing on. 



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IResponsive IReabings* 



No. 309. Mornin* Praise. 

1. Hymn No. 264. 

My faith looks up to Thee. 

2. Responsiye Reading, 

Leader — Lord, thou hast searched 
me, and known me. 

RESPONSE—Thou knowest my down- 
sitting and mine uprising; t/iou under- 
standesf my tfioug/if afar off. 

Thou compassest my path and my 
lying down, and art acquainted with all 
my ways. 

For there is not a word in my tongue, 
but, lo, Lord, tfiou knowest it al- 
together. 

Whither shall I go from thy Spirit? Or 
whither shall I flee from thy presence? 

If I ascend up into heaven, thou art 
there; if I make my bed in hell, behold, 
thou art there. 

If I take the wings of the morning, and 
dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea; 

Even there shall thy hand lead me 
and thy right hand shall hold me. 

If I say. Surely the darkness shall cover 
me; even the night shall be light about me. 

Yea, the darkness hideth not from 
thee; but the night shineth as the day: 
the darkness and the light are both 
alike to thee. 

Search me, God, and know my heart: 
try me, and know my thoughts. 

And see if there be any wicked way 
in me, and lead me in the way ever- 
lasting. 

How precious also are thy thoughts 
unto me, God! How great is the sum 
of them I 



// / should count them they are more 
in number than the sand: when I awake, 
I am still with thee. 

3. Hymn No. 92. 

When upon life''s billows you are 
tempest-tossed. 

No. 310. Prayer. 

1. Hymn No. 200. 

Even me, even me, 

2. Responsive Reading. 

Leader — If any man lack wisdom, let 
him ask of God, that giveth to all men 
liberally and upbraideth not, and it shall 
be given him. 

RESPONSE— Confess yourfaults one 
to another, and pray one for another, 
that ye may be healed. The effectual 
fervent prayer of the righteous man 
availeth much. 

Whatsoever ye ask the Father in my 
name, he will give it you; hitherto have ye 
asked nothing in my name: Ask, and ye 
shall receive, that your joy may be full. 

Let us, therefore, come boldly unto 
the throne of grace, that we may obtain 
mercy, and find grace to help in time of 
need. 

Praying always with all prayer and sup- 
plication in the Spirit, and watching there- 
unto with all perseverance and supplication 
for all saints. 

Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our 
infirmities: for we know not what we 
should pray for as we ought: but the 
Spirit itself maketb intercession for us 
with groan ings which cannot be uttered. 

3. Hymn No. 222. 

IFhal a Friend we have in Jesus. 



Responsive Readings. 



Mo. 311. The Name of Jesus. 

Compiled by Marion Lawrance. 

Superintendent — Stand up and bless 
the Lord your God for ever and ever; and 
blessed be thy glorious name. 

1. Hymn No, 273. (Chorus.) RUe. 
Blessed be the name. 

Supt. — By how many names and titles is 
our Savior mentioned in the Bible? 

School— Osex two hundred and fifty. 

Supf. — What are some of the names 
given to him hundreds of years before he 
was born? 

School— Fox unto us a Child is born, 
unto us a Son is given; .... and his name 
shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The 
Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The 
Prince of Peace. 

^ Supt— God has highly exalted him, and 
given him a name which is above every 
name. 

Pastor— Ee is the Lord of lords, and 
the King of kings. 

Officers — Chief est among ten thousand. 

Senior Dept —Son of the Living God. 

Yotmg Men's £>ept.—Uon of the tribe 
of Judah. 

Youno^ Wome?i's Dept. — The Bright 
and Morning Star 

Intermediate Dept. —The Light of the 
World. 

Junior Depl.— The Good Shepherd. 

Supt. — Which of all his names is the 
sweetest? 

School— JESTJS. 
2, Hymn No. 337. (Eefrain.) 

Sweetest note in seraph song. 

5«/>/.— Why was he called Jesus? 

School— Ihow. shalt call his name 
JESUS; for he shall save his people from 
their sins. 

/•a^/or— Neither is there salvation in 
any other; for there is none other name 
under heaven given among men whereby 
we must be saved. 

Supt.—YLe is the Captain of our Sal- 
vation. 

^^r,?r5— The Author and Finisher of 
our Faith. 

Senior Dept— -The Head of the Church. 
Younsc Men's Dept.—YLe is the Way, 
the Truth, and the Life. 



Young Women's Dept.— The Precions 
Comer Stone. 

Intermediate Dept.— The Friend of 
Smners. 

Junior Dept.— The Man of Sorrows. 

Supt —But of all his names, which is 
the sweetest? 

School-i-Em^ 

3. Hymn No. 237. (Refrain.) 
Sweetest note in seraph song. 

4. Prayer. 

Supt. — Oh, magnify the Lord with me, 
and let us exalt his name together. 

5. Hymn No. 209. 

All hail the power oj Jesus' name. 

ISO. 312. Value of the Word. 

1. Responsive Heading. 

Leader— All scripture is given by in- 
spiration of God, and is profitable for 
doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for 
instruction in righteousness; 

RESPONSE— That the man of God 
be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto 
all good works. 

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of 
the scripture is of any private interpreta- 
tion. For the prophecy came not in old 
time by the will of man: But holy men of 
God spake as they were moved by the Holy 
Ghost. 

Blessed is he that readeth, and they 
that hear the words of this prophecy, 
and keep those things which are written 
therein. 

The word of the Lord in thy mouth is 
truth. 

Be ye doers of the word, and not heat- 
ers only. 

Search the scriptures; for in them ya 
think ye have eternal life; 

And they are they which testify of me. 

Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse 
his way? 

By taking heed thereto according to 
thy word. 

Study to show thyself approved ur-to 
God, 

A workman that needeth not to be 
ashamed, rightly divining the word of 
truth. 

2. Hymn No. 296. 

I love the sacred book. 



^tCtclt^ fijafinif 



No. 313. PSALM 1. 

1 Blessed is the man that walketh not 
in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth 
in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the 
seat of the scornful. 

2 But his delight is in the law of the 
Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day 
and night. 

3 And he shall be like a tree planted 
by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth 
his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall 
not wither, and whatsoever he doeth shall 
prosper. 

4 The ungodly are not so; but are like 
the chaff which the wind driveth away. 

5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand 
in the judgment, nor siimers in the congre- 
gation of the righteous. 

6 For the Lord knoweth the way of the 
righteous: but the way of the ungodly 
shall perish. 

Hymn No. 190. 
Lord Jesus, I lon^ to be perfectly whole. 

No. 314. PSALM 5. 

1 Give ear to my words, Lord consid- 
er my meditation. 

2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my 
King and my God; for unto thee will I pray. 

3 My voice shalt thou hear in the morn- 
ing, Lord; in the morning will I direct 
my prayer unto thee, and will look up. 

4 For thou art not a God that hath 
pleasure in wickedness: neither shall evil 
dwell with thee. 

5 The foolish shall not stand in thy 
Bight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity. 

6 Thou shalt destroy them that speak 
leasing: the Lord will abhor the bloody 
and deceitful man. 

7 But as for me, I will come into thy 
house in the multitude of thy mercy: and 
in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy 
temple. 

8 Lead me, Lord, in thy righteousness 
because of mine enemies; make thy way 
straight before my face. 

Hymn, iVb. 2i5. 

Guide me, Thou ftreat Jehovah. 



No. 315. 



PSALM 8. 



1 Lord, how excellent is thy name in 
all the earth 1 who hast set thy glory 
above the heavens. 

2 Out of the mouths of babes and suck- 
lings hast thou ordained strength, because 
of thme enemies, that thou mightest still 
the enemy and the avenger. 

3 When I consider thy heavens, th& 
work of thy fingers, the moon and the 
stars, which thou hast ordained; 

4 What is man, that thou art mindful of 
him? and the son of man, that thou visitest 
him? 

5 For thou hast made him a little lower 
than the angels, and hast crowned him 
with glory and honor, 

6 Thou madest him to have dominion 
over the works of thy hands; thou hast 
put all things under his feet: 

7 All sheep and oxen, yea, and the 
beasts of the field; 

8 The fowl of the air, and the fish of 
the sea, and whatsoever passeth through 
the paths of the seas, 

9 Lord, our Lord, how excellent ia 
thy name in all the earth! 

Hymn Ko. 256. 
Majestic sweetness sits enthroned. 

No. 316. PSALM 15 

1 Lord, who shall abide in thy taber- 
nacle? who shall dwell in thy holy hill? 

2 He that walketh uprightly, and work- 
eth righteousness, and speaketh the truth 
m his heart. 

3 He that backbiteth not with nis 
tongue, nor doeth evil to his neighbor, nor 
taketh up a reproach against his neighbor. 

4 In whose eyes a vile person is con- 
temned; but hehonoreth them that fear 
the Lord. He that sweareth to his own 
hurt, and changeth not. 

5 He that putteth not out his money to 
usury, nor taketh reward agamst the inno- 
cent. He that doeth these things shall 
never be moved. 

Hymn No. 20U. 

My Jesus, I love Thee. 



Selected Psalms. 



No. 317. PSALMS 17. 

1 Hear the right, Lord, attend unto 
toy cry; give ear unto my prayer, that 
goeth not out of feigned lips. 

2 Let my sentence come forth from thy 
presence; let thine eyes behold the things 
that are equal. 

3 Thou hast proved mine heart; thou 
hast visited me in the night; thou hast 
tried me,audshalt find nothing: I am pur- 
posed that my mouth shall not trangress. 

4 Concerning the works of men, by the 
word of thy lips I have kept me from the 
paths of the destroyer. 

5 Hold up my goings in thy paths, that 
my footsteps slip not. 

6 I have called upon thee, for thou wilt 
hear me, God: incline thine ear unto 
me, and hear my speech. 

Hymn Ko. 2S0. 

Love, that wiEt not let me &o 



ISo. 318. 



PSALM 19. 



1 The law of the Lord is perfect, con- 
verting the soul: the testimony of the Lord 
is sure, making wise the simple. 

2 The statutes of the Lord are right, 
rejoicing the heart; the commandment of 
the Lord is pure enlightening the eyes. 

3 The fear of the Lord is clean, endur- 
ing forever: the judjments of the Lord are 
true and righteous altogether. 

4 More to be desired are they than gold, 
yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also 
honey and the honeycomb. 

5 Morevover by them is thy servant 
warned; and in keeping of them there is 
great reward. 

6 Who can understand his errors? 
cleanse thou me from secret faults. 

7 Keep back thy servant also from pre- 
sumptuous sins; let them not have do- 
minion over me: then shall I be upright, 
and I shall be innocent from the great 
transgression. 

8 Let the words of my mouth, and the 
meditation of my heart, be acceptable in 
thy eight, Lord, my strength, and my 
Redeemer. 

Hymn No. 232. 

Break Thou the Bread of Life. 



No 319. 



PSALM 23. 



1 The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not 

want. 

2 He maketh me to lie down in green 
pastures: he leadeth me beside the still 
waters. 

3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me 
in the paths of righteousness for his name's 
sake. 

4 Yea, though I walk through the val- 
ley of the shadow of death, I will fear no 
evil: for thou art with me; thy rod -ad thy 
stafi they comfort me. 

5 Thou preparest a table before me in 
the presence of mine enemies: thou anoint- 
est my head with oil; my cup runneth 
over. 

Hymn Ko 357. 

He leadeth me. 



No. 320. PSALM 24. 

1 The earth is the I-ord's, add the full- 
ness thereof; the world, and they that 
dwell therein. 

2 For he hath founded it upon the seas, 
and established it upon the floods, 

3 Who shall ascend into the hill of the 
Lord? or who shall stand in his holy place? 

4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure 
heart; who hath not lifted his sod unto 
vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 

5 He shall receive the blessing from the 
Lord, and righteousness from the God of 
his salvation. 

6 This is the generation of them that 
seek him, that seek thy face, Jacob, 
Selah. 

7 Lift up your heads, ye gates; and 
be ye lifted up ye everlasting doors; and 
the King of glory shall come in. 

8 Who is this King of glory? The Lord 
strong and mighty, the Lord mighty ia 
battle. 

9 Lift up your heads, ye gates; even 
lift them up, ye everlastmg doors; and the 
King of glory shall come in. 

10 Who is this King of glory? The Lord 
of hosts, he is the King of glory. Selah. 

Hymn No. 275. 
worship the Kin$ all-glorious above. 



No. 321. PSALM 27. 

1 The Lord is my light and my salvation ; 
"whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength 
of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? 

2 When the wicked, even mine enemies 
and my foes, came upon me to eat up my 
flesh, they stumbled and fell. 

3 Though a host should encamp against 
me, my heart shall uot fear; though war 
should rise against me, in this will I be 
confident. 

4 One thing have I desired of the Lord, 
that will I seek after; that I may dwell in 
the house of the Lord all the days of my 
life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and 
to inquire in his temple. 

5 For in the time of trouble he shall 
hide me in his pavilion; in the secret of his 
tabernacle shall he hide me; he shall set 
me up upon a rock. 

6 And now shall mine head be lifted up 
above mine enemies round about me; 
therefore will I offer in his tabernacle 
sacrifices of joy; I will sing, yea, I will 
sing praises unto the Lord. 

7 Hear,OLord,whenIcrywithmyvoice: 
have mercy also upon me, and answer me. 

JJymn iVo. sr^. 

Come, Thou Almighty Kin$. 

No. 322. PSALM 32. 

1 Blessed is he whose transgression is 
forgiven, whose sin is covered. 

2 Blessed is the man unto whom the 
Lord imputeth not iniquity, and in whose 
spirit there is no guile. 

3 When I kept silence, my bones waxed 
old through my roaring all the day long. 

4 For day and night thy hand was 
heavy upon me; my moisture is turned into 
the drought of summer. Selah. 

5 I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and 
mine iniquity have J. not hid. I said, I will 
confessmy transgressions imtotheLord;and 
thouforgavest the iniquity of my sin. Selah. 

6 For this shall every one that is godly 
pray unto thee in a time when thou mayest 
be found; surely in the floods of great wa- 
ters they shall not come nigh unto him. 

7 Thou art my hiding place; thou shalt 
preserve me from trouble; thou shalt 
compass me above with songs of deliver- 
«Dce. Selah. 

Eymn Ko. fii5. 

Rock of Afies, cleft for me. 



Selected Psalms, 



No. 323. 



PSALM 34. 



1 I will bless the Lord at all times; 
His praise shall continually be in my 
mouth. 

2 My soul shall make her boast in the 
Lord: the humble shall hear thereof, and 
be glad. 

3 magnify the Lord with me, and let 
us exalt his name together. 

4 I sought the Lord, and he heard me, 
and delivered me from all my fears. 

_ 5 They looked unto him, and were 
lightened: and their facea were not 
ashamed. 

6 This poor man cried, and the Lord 
beard him, and saved him out of all his 
troubles. 

7 The angel of the Lord encarapeth 
round about them that fear him, and de- 
livereth them. 

8 taste and see that the Lord is ^ood; 
blessed is the man that trusteth in Him. 

Hymn No. 264. 

Ny faith looks up to Thee. 



No. 324. 



PSALM 51. 



1 Have mercyuponme.O God according 
to thy loving-kindness: according unto the 
multitude of thy tender mercies blot out 
my transgressions. 

2 Wash me thoroughly from mine ini- 
quity, and cleanse me from my sin. 

3 For I acknowledge my transgressions: 
and my sin is ever before me. 

4 Againstthee, thee only, have I sinned, 
and done this evil in thy sight: that thou 
mightest be justified when thou speakest, 
and be clear when thou judgest. 

5 Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and 
in sin did my mother conceive me. 

6 Behold, thou desireth truth in the in- 
ward parts: and in the hidden part thou 
shalt make me to know wisdom, 

7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be 
clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than 
snow. 

8 Make me to hear joy and gladness, 
that the bones which thou hast broken may 
rejoice. 

9 Hide thy face from my sins, and blot 
out all my iniquities. 

10 Create in me a clean heart, God; 
and renew a right spirit within me. 

Eymn No. 190. 
Lord Jesus, I lon^ to be perfectly whole. 



Selected Psalms. 



No, 325. PSALM 61. 

1 Hear my cry, God; attend unto my 
prayer. 

2 From the end of the earth will I cry 
unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed; 
lead me to the rock that is higher than I. 

3 For thou hast been a shelter for me, 
and a strong tower from the enemy. 

4 I will abide in thy tabernacle forever: 
I will trust in the covert of thy wings. 

5 For thou, God, hast heard my 
vows; thou hast given me the heritage of 
them that fear thy name. 

6 Thou wilt prolong the king's life: and 
his years as many generations. 

7 He shall abide before God forever; 
prepare mercy and truth, which may pre- 
serve him. 

8 So will I sing praise unto thy name 
forever, that 1 may daily perform my vows. 

Hymn No. tui- 

We Praise Thee, God. 

No. 326. PSALM 63. 

1 God, thou art my God; early will 
I seek thee; my soul thirsteth for thee, my 
flesh longeth for thee m a dry and thirsty 
land, where no water is; 

2 To see thy power and thy glory, so as 
I have seen thee in the sanctury. 

3 Because thy loving kindness is better 
than life, my hps shall praise thee. 

4 Thus will I bless thee while I live; I 
will lift up my hands in thy name, 

5 My soul shall be satisfied as with 
marrow and fatness; and my mouth shall 
praise thee with joyful lips: 

6 When I remember thee upon my bed, 
and meditate on thee in the night watches. 

7 Because thou hast been my help, 
therefore in the shadow of thy wings will 
I rejoice. 

8 My soul followeth hard after thee; 
thy right hand upholdeth me. 

9 But those that seek my soul, to de- 
stroy it, shall go into the lower parts of 
the earth. 

10 They shall fall by the sword: they 
shall be a portion for foxes. 

11 But the king shall rejoice in God; 
every one that sweareth by hira shall glory: 
but the mouth of them that speak lies 
shall be stopped. 

Hymn No. 259. 

My soul, be on thy fiuard. 



No. 327. 



PSALM 65 



1 Praise waitheth for thee, God m 
Zion: and unto thee shall the vow be per- 
formed. 

2 thou that hearest prayer, unto thee 
shall all flesh come. 

3 Iniquities prevail against me; as for 
our transgressions, thou shalt purge them 
away. 

4 Blessed is the man whom thou choos- 
cth, and causest to approach unto thee, 
that he may dwell in thy courts, we shall 
be satisfied with the goodness of thy house, 
even thy holy temple. 

5 By terrible things in righteousness wilt 
thou answer us, God of our salvation: 
who are the confidence of all the ends of 
the earth, and of them that are afar off 
upon the sea. 

6 Which by his strength seiteth fast the 
mountains; being girded with power. 

7 Which stilleth the noise of the seas, 
the noise of their waves, and the tumult 
of the people. 

8 They also that dwell in the uttermost 
parts are afraid at thy tokens: thou mak- 
est the outgoings of the mornmg and even- 
ipg rejoice. 

9 Thou visitest the earth, and waterest 
it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river 
of God, which is full of water: thou pre- 
parest them com, when thou hast so pro- 
vided for it. 

Eymn No. ^51. 

tiark ten thousand. 



No. 328. 



PSALM 67. 



1 God be merciful unto us, and bless us 
and cause his face to shine upon us. Selah. 

2 That thy way may be known upon 
earth, thy saving health among all nations, 

3 Let the people praise thee, God; 
let all the people praise thee. 

4 let the nations be glad and sin^ for 
joy: for thou shalt judge the people right- 
eously, and govern the nations upon earth. 
Selah. 

5 Let the people praise thee, Godj 
let ail the people praise thee. 

6 Then shall the earth yield her increase, 
and God, even our own God, shall bless us, 

7 God shall bless us; and all the ends of 
the earth snail fear him. 

Hymn No. PJ. 
When upon life's billows you are, etc. 



Selected Psalms. 



ISO.329. PSALL84. 

1 How amiable are thy tabernacles, 

Lord of hosts 1 

2 Mysoullongeth, yea, even fainteth for 
the courts of the Lord: my heart and my 
flesh crieth out for the Uving God. 

3 Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, 
and the swallow a nest for herself, where 
she may lay her young, eventhiae altars, 
Lord of hosts, my King, and my God. 

4 Blessed are they that dwell in thy house: 
they will be still praismg thee. Selah. 

5 Blessed is the iiian whose strength is in 
thee; in whose heart are the ways of them. 

6 Who passing through the valley of Baca 
make it a well: the rain also filleth the 
pools. 

7 They go from strength to strength, 
every one of them in Zion appeareth before 
God. 

8 Lord God of hostSjTiear my prayer: 
give ear, God of Jacob. Selah. 

9 Behold, God, our shield, and look 
upon the face of thine anointed. 

10 For a day in thy courts is better than 
a thousand. 1 had rather be a doorkeeper 
in the house of my God, than to dwell in 
the tents of wickedness. 

11 For the Lord God is a sun and shield: 
the Lord will give grace and glory: no good 
thing win he withhold from them that walk 
uprightly. 

12 Lord of hosts, blessed is the man 
that trusteth in thee. 

Eymn No. 273. 

Blessed be the Name. 



No. 330, PSALM 91. 

1 Hethatdwelleth in the secret place of 
the Most High shall abide under the shadow 
of the Almighty. 

2 I will say of the Lord, he is my refuge 
and my fortress: my God; in him will I 
trust. 

3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the 
Bnare of the fowler, and from the noisome 
pestilence. 

4 He shall cover thee with his feathers 
and under his wings shalt thou trust: his 
truth shall be thy shield and buckler. 

5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror 
by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by 
day; 



6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh in 
the darkness: nor for the destruction that 
wasteth at noonday. 

7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and 
ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall 
not come nigh thee. 

8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold 
and see the reward of the wicked. 

9 Because thou hast made the Lord 
which is my refuge, even the Most High, 
thy habitation. 

ffymn No. 266. 

Jesus, Lover of my soul. 

No. 331. PSALM 93. 

1 The Lord reigneth, he is clothed with 
majesty; the Lord is clothed with strength, 
wherewith he hath girded himself: the 
world also is established, and cannot be 
moved. 

2 Thy throne is established of old; then 
art from everlasting. 

3 The floods have lifted up, Lord, the 
floods have lifted up their voice; the floods 
lift up their waves. 

4 The Lord on high is mightier'than the 
noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty 
waves of the sea. 

5 The testimonies are very sure: holi- 
ness becomeththme house,0 Lord, for ever. 

Eymn No. 1S9. 
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty. 

No. 332. PSALM 95. 

1 come, let us sing unto the Lord; let 
us make a joyful no;ise to the Rock of 
our salvation. 

2 Let us come before his presence with 
thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto 
him with psalms. 

3 For the Lord is a great God, and a 
great King above all gods. 

4 In his hand are the deep places of the 
earth: the strength of the hills is his also. 

5 The sea is his, and he made it; and 
his hand formed the dry land. 

6 come, let us worship and bow down: 
let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker. 

7 For he is our God; and we are the 
people of his pasture, and the sheep of his 
hand. 

Eymn No. 275. 
worship the Kinft all-Sloiious above. 



No. 333. 



Gloria Patri, No. 1 



Charles Meineke. 



Glo - ry be to the Fa - ther, and lo the Son, and to the Ho - !y Ghost; As it 

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Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Ho - ly Ghoet; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev - er shall be, world with - out end. A - men. 



No. 335. All People that on Earth do Dwell. 

Psalm loo. Louis Bourgeois. 

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1. All peo - pie that on earth do dwell. Sing to the Lord with cheer-ful voice;Hini serve with mirth, His 

2. Know that the Lord is God in-deed; With-out our aid He did us mal£e;We are His flock. He 
Praia God from whom all blessings flow, Praise Bim all creatures here below; Praise Him a • bove ye 




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praise forth tel],Come ye be - fore Him and re - joice. 
doth us feed. And for His sheep He doth us take. 
heav'nly hosts; Praise Father, Son and Bo - lyGhosU 



3 enter then His gates with joy. 

Within His courts His praise proclaim 
Let thankful songs your tongues employ, 
bless and magnify His name. 

4 Because the Lord our God is good. 

His mercy is forever sure, 
His truth at all times firmly stood. 
And shall from age to age endure. 




Praise Father.Son.and Holy Ghost. Praise God from whom all blessings flow;Praise Him all creatures here below; 




A call for loyal soldiers. . . 36 

A charge to keep 2G0 

A downy little duckling. . . 158 

A friend have I who 28 

A friend I have called 130 

A ruler once came to 9S 

A sinner made whole 8 

A song of nature 93 

A song of victory 175 

A stranger stands 88 

Abide with me 262 

Alas and did my Sav.ior . . . 103 

All for Jesus 293 

All hail Immanuel 181 

All hail the power 208-209-210 

All I need 44 

All my sin to thoe 81 

All people that on 335 

All the way my Savior 106 

All the way with Jesus. . .. S3 

All yes all I give to 293 

Anywhere with Jesus 123 

As a tree beside the 58 

As a volunteer 36 

As for me and my 55 

At the cross 103 

At the place of prayer. . . 112 
Awake my soul in 268 

Balm in Gilead 225 

Banner bright with 160 

Battle hymn of the 308 

Be a hero , 143 

Be not dismayed 12 

Be Thou above the 71 

Beautiful Isle 91 

Because He loved His 56 

Because His name is 163 

Because I love Jesus 20 

Beclouded long my way . . . 166 
Behold! one cometh in. . . 126 

Beulahland 42 

Blasting at the rock 76 

Blessed assurance 256 

Blessed be the name 273 

Blest be the tie 258 

Break Thou the bread. ... 232 
Brightly beams our 95 



Brightly gleams our 

But for a mcinent 

-o- 

Calling the prodigal 66 

Christ arose 291 

Christ died 60 

Come every soul by 242 

Come Thou Almighty 274 

Corao thou fount . . 162-252-253 

Come to Jesus 226 

Come we that love the... . 307 

Come ye disconsolate 267 

Come, ye sinners 240 

Confidence 74 

Count your blessings 92 

Crown Him, crown 176 

Crown Him King of 176 

Crown Him with many 172 

-ID- 

Day is dying in the 219 

Dear little stranger 143 

Delay not 283 

Down at the cross 271 

Doxology , 335-336 

Do you fear the foe 147 

-E- 

Earthly cares are all 135 

Elijah made a sacrifice 122 

Elijah's God 122 

Even me, even me 200 



Every day I need Thee. . 
Expostulation 

Fade, fade each earth. . . 
Failing in strength 



Fight the good fight 40 

Fill me now 121 

Forth from the King's 45 

Friend you need the 64 

From Greenland's Icy 213 

-o- 

Glad is the song that 177 

Gloria patri No. 1 333 

Gloria patri No. 2 334 

Glorious fountain 216 

Glory be to the Father 333-334 

Glory every day 53 

Glory to His Name 271 



God be with you 305 

God is calling the 66 

God will take care of 12 

Gone from my heart 131 

Good news 249 

Grace divine has done. .. . 38 

Great God when I 137 

Growing dearer each 24 

Guide me, Thou 248 

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Hadwe only sunshine. . .. 149 

Hallelujah 250 

Hallelujah what a Sav 292 

Happy song-land 1G9 

Hark, ten thousand 251 

Hark the voice of Josus. . 202 

Harvest time is here 177 

Have you ever tho't 69 

He came to save 155 

He is able to deliver 73 

He is so precious 79 

He knows it all 54 

He leadeth me 257 

He took my place 48 

He will not let me 165 

He's counting on you 161 

He's real to me 83 

Hear our prayer 141 

Hear the trumpet 178 

Hear us heavenly 141 

Help somebody to-day 13 

Higher ground 303 

His gifts are greater 29 

His holy temple 150 

His love can never 15 

His love is far better 96 

Hold the fort 29* 

Hold up my goings 125 

Holy Ghost with love 188 

Holy, holy, holy 189 

Holy Spirit, faithful 187 

Home of the soul 85 

Home, sweet home 214 

Homeward 168 

Ho! my comrades 298 

Hover o'er me Holy 121 

How firm a foundation. 2S1-284 
Bow great Thy name 220 



254 



INDEX. 



How it saves 52 

How lost was my 225 

How sweet is His ]9 

How sweet is the 24 



How tedious and taste. 
How you will love 



I am a strang'cr here 4 

I am coming home 22 

I am coming, Lord 233 

I am coming to the 272 

I am far frae my hame. . . 142 

I am happy in Him 59 

I am living each day 72 

I am on the gospel 132 

I am praying for you 51 

I am somewhat old 100 

lam thinking today 10 

lam trusting Thee 81 

I can hear my Savior 139 

I do not ask to see the ... 15 

I do not know 116 

I do not understand 60 

I dreamed that the 136 

I havo ". friend the 30 

I have a Savior He's 51 

I have a song 1 love 37 

I hear the Savior say 235 

I hear Thy welcome 233 

I knew that God in 224 

I know my heav'nly 118 

Hove Him 131 

I love Jesus He's my 253 

Hove to toll the story... 199 

I love to think my 54 

I love the sacred book. ... 296 

I may not know the Ill 

I must needs go home. ^ . 
I need Thee every hour. 

I once was fettered 

I sliall dwell for ever-... 

I shall not be moved 58 

I trust in God where 86 

I will follow Thee 115 

I will not forget thee 65 

I will sing you a song 85 

I'll be a sunbeam 144 

I'll go anywhere my 123 

I'll go where you want... 295 

I'm a pilgrim 61 

I'm pressing on the 303 

I'm the school bell 153 

I've reached the land.... 42 
I've wandered far 301 



11 
286 



If you would rescue 

In a lonely graveyard 

In evil long I took 

In heavenly love 

In service I find rich 

In vain I've tried 

In yonder city, cloud 

Is it the crowning day?. . . 

It isJosus 

It may not be on the 

It was good for our 

It's just hke His great 

— J — 

Jack Frost 

Jerusalem my happy 

Jesus comes 

Jesus comes with power. . 

Jesus died for me 

Jesus I am coming 

Jesus I my cross have 

Jesus is all the world 

Jesus is calhng 

Jesus is tenderly 

Jesus is the best 

Jesus lover of mysoul.265 

Jesus loves me 

Jesus may come to-day. . 
Jesus my Lord to Thee . 

Jesus paid it all 

Jesus saves 

Jesus Savior pilot me 

Jesus wants me for a 

Jesus was standing 

Joy to the world 

Just as I am 

Just when I need Him. . . 

-k:- 

Keep on the sunny 

— Xj— 

Lead kindly light 

Lead me gently home 

Let Him in 

Let the lower lights 

Let the sunshine in 

Let those who've never. . 

Lift the cross 

Like Caleb and Joshua. . , 

Little evangels 

Lo! a great and mighty. . . 

Look all around you 

Look to Jesus 

Lord I come pleading — 
Lord I hear of showers. . 
Lord I'm coming home. . 



Lord Jesus I long to 190 

Lord our Lord o'er 220 

Loudly unto the world. . . 175 

Love divine 201 

Loving kindness 268 

Low in a manger 143 

Low in the grave He 291 

Lullaby 157 

Lyons 10s, lis 277 

-im:- 

Majestic sweetness 236 

Man of sorrows 292 

Master the tempest is 180 

Meet mother in the 94 

'Mid pleasures and 214 

Mine eyes have seen 308 

More about Jesus 107 

More like the Master.... 120 

Must Jesus bear the 241 

My ain countrie 142 

My boat had once 43 

My days are gliding 133 

My faith looks up to 264 

My faith, temptation 165 

My Father knows 118 

My Father watches 86 

My happy home 223 

My heart is singing 140 

My heavenly home 279 

My hope is built 227 

My Jesus as Thou 230 

My Jesus I love Thee 204 

My King rides forth 178 

My life is full of glory 173 

My mother 128 

My path may be lonely. ... 20 

My Savior first of all 104 

My Shepherd 282 

My soul be on thy 259 

My soul in sad exile 77 

My soul is so happy 59 

-3sr- 

Nature is singing a 93 

Nearer home 297 

Nearer my God to Thee ... 269 

Never be sad 102 

Never give up 102 

Never lose sight of 239 

None of self and all 119 

No night there 109 

No not one H^ 

200 j No other friend like 69 

301 1 Now the day is over 221 



78 

94 
228 
212 

53 
163 
109 

63 
126 
295 
192 
130 

151 
223 

82 
134 
137 

22 
203 

46 
113 
113 

30 
-266 
154 

63 
278 
235 
287 
245 
144 

18 
198 
234 

16 



231 

170 

84 

95 

147 

108 

90 

55 

145 

174 

13 

206 

50 



INDEX. 



day of rest and. ... 211 

eyes that aro weary .... 20G 

for a thousand tong 273 

happy day 243 

Jesus Thou art 195 

land of rest for 129 

listen to our won 2S9 

love that will not 47 

make me pure IGG 

my soul bless thou 67 

peace like a river 124 

pilgrim bound for...... 239 

sacred head , 179 

sing of His mighty 261 

that will be glory 41 

the bitter shame and. .. 119 
the fountain stands.... 254 

think of the home 30G 

Thou God of my 250 

'tis a great change 43 

Oturnye 205-207 

what are they doing.. . 76 
worship the King ..275-277 
Oh bliss of the purified... 261 

Oh how I love Jesus 229 

Oh now I see the 255 

Once a trap was baited.. . 156 

One thing needful 135 

Only trust Him 242 

On the battlefield of 148 

On the mountain's 249 

Onward christian 185 

Open my eyes that 1 89 

Our need of divine 125 

O'er the hills the sun 297 

-F- 

Peace like a river 124 

Praise God 335-336 

Psalms 
1. Blessed is the man... , 313 

5. Give ear to my 314 

8. Lord, how excel 315 

15. Lord who shall 316 

17. Hear the right 317 

19. The law of the 318 

'23. The Lord is my 319 

it. The earth is the 320 

27. The Lord is my 321 

32. Blessed is He 322 

34. I will bless the 323 

51. Have mercy upon. . . . 324 

61. Hear my cry, 325 

63. God, Thou art 326 



65. Praise waiteth for... 327 

67. God bo merciful 328 

84. How amiable are 329 

91. He that dwcllcth 330 

93. The Lord reigneth. . . 331 
95. come, let us sing... 332 

Repent 1 

Revive us again 244 

Ring the bells of 300 

Rock of ages 246 

Roll the stone away 18 

Readings 

Morning praise 309 

Prayer 310 

The name of Jesus 311 

Value of the Word 312 

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Safely through another. . . 247 

Sail on 17 

Satisfied 2 

Saved to the uttermost. . . 23 
Savior like a shepherd. . . 191 

Savior Thy dying love 270 

See the little raindrops . . 152 

Send the power again 70 

Send Thy Spiritl 87 

Shall we gather at 105 

Since I have been re 37 

Since I lost my sins 27 

Singing all the time 140 

Sing the wondro us 

Sleep baby sleep 159 

Slumber song 159 

Softly and tenderly 285 

Somebody cares 14 

Somebody did a golden 127 

Somebody knows 14-164 

Something for Jesus 270 

Some sweet morn 68 

Somewhere the sun is. . . . 91 

Song-land fair over 169 

Song to the flag 160 

So precious is Jesus 79 

Stand up for Jesus 193 

Standing on the 299 

Suffer the children 25 

Sun of my soul 263 

Sunshine and rain 149 

Sunshine in the soul 21 

Sweet and low 167 

Sweet by and by 217 

Sweet is the promise 65 

Swing song 146 



255 

-T- 

Take me as I am 278 

Tell the sweet story 78 

The blood is all my 224 

The church in the 184 

The cleansing wave 255 

The fields are white 110 

The fight is on 138 

The fountain stands 254 

The gate ajar 218 

The gifts of God 29 

The glory song 41 

The good old fashioned... 132 

The good shepherd 56 

The great campaign 174 

The great judgment 136 

The great physician 237 

The hallelujah song 108 

The haven of rest 77 

The heavenly home 279 

The home over there 306 

The King's business 4 

The light of His won 72 

The Lord is in His 150 

The Lord is my 282 

The Lord knows why 111 

The love of the Christ. ... 96 

The morning light is 194 

The old fashioned lOO 

The old time religion 192 

The raindrops 152 

The sacred book 296 

The same old way 75 

The school bell 153 

The shining shore 13S 

The silly little duck 158^ 

The slijfhted stranger 88 

The solid rock 227 

The son of God goes 196 

The way of the cross 11 

, The wayside cross 182 

Then I shall understand. . 116 

Then shalll know 62 

There is a fountain. . . 215-216 

There is a gate that 218 

There is a name I love.. . 229 

There is glory in my 27 

There is no sweeter 25' 

There was no one to 48^ 

There was pow'r 70 

There's a church in 184 

There's a dark and 9 

There's a great day 294 

; There's a land that is. . . . 217 



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INDEX. 



There's a pardon full 101 

There's a song in 8-57 

There's a stranger 81 

There's an overcoming. . . 90 

There's not a friend 117 

There's sunshine in . . 21 

They did'nt think 156 

This full salvation 53 

Tho' I wandered from 171 

Thro' 



Watch ye saints with.. . 

We are trav'ling 

We have an anchor. . . . 

We have heard a 

We praise Thee God. 
We shall be like Him.. . 
We soon shall see the . 
We'll work till Jesus. . 
We're marching to 



life's pilgrim 33 Were you there 



Thy kingJom come 3 

The word is a lamp 197 

Till I see my mother's 171 

'lis for you and me 101 

'Tis now in part 62 

'Tis so sweet to trust 39 

'Tis the grandest 73 

To arms! to arms! 45 

To my mem'ry comes. . . . 128 

True hearted, whole 5 

'Twill not be long 99 

-XJ- 

Under the cross 273 

Upon a wide and stormy. . 17 

Walk thou with me 74 



Bible: 76, 100, 298. | 

Children: 25, 93, 143, 144, 145, 

146, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 

154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160. 
Chorus: 43, 109, 120, 135, 162, 

163. 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 

170, 171, 172, 173, 174. 175, 176, 

177, 178, 179, 180, 181. 
Christ: 30, 44. 46, 60, h9, 82, 97, 

117. 126, 137, 291. 
Christian Warfare: 36, 40, 45, 

138, 185, 186, 193, 196, 259, 260, 

298. 307. 
Closing: 221, 262, 305. 
Consecration: 89, 115, 119, 120, 

123, 139, 203, 230, 270, 293, 295. 
Cross: 11, 48, 56, 75, 88, 90, 103, 
■ 183, 203, 291. 
Faith: 28, 58. 69, 100. 
Fellowship: le, 24, 30.46, 57' 

79, 222, 258, 262. 
Forgiveness: 43, 2I8, 224, 242, 
God: 29, 83, 122, 269. 
Guidance: n, 33, 61, 86, 106, 

231, 239, 245, 248, 257, 288. 
Heaven: 6, 26, 41, 42, 61, 82, 85. 

91. 104, 105, 109. 116, 132. 135, 



What a friend. 

What did He do 

When all my labors 

When I behold the 

When I have finished 

When I seethe King 

When I was sick 

When Jesus laid His 

When love shines in 

When my life work is 

When our hosts to 

When the night is o'er. . . 

When the roll is 

W^hen the trumpet of 

When troubled my 

When upon lifes bill 

Topical Index. 

I 142, 217, 241, 258, 297. 302. 

Holy Spirit: 70, 87, 121, 187,188 

Hope: 68, 114, 227. 

Immortality: 6, 61. 

Invitation: 1, 22, 32, 49, 50, 51, 
64. 66, 84, 98, 103, 105. 113' 117, 
139, 155, 195, 205, 206, 207. 215, 
216, 226. 228, 233, 234, 235, 240, 
242, 252, 257, 271, 272, 283, 285, 
286, 287, 288, 290, 294, 301, 304. 

Joy: 9. 21, 27, 34, 53, 63. 72. 140, 
198, 300. 

Judgment: 136, 294. 

Love: 15, 19, 20, 24, 35, : 47, :56, 
78, 96, ,180, , 134, •.:201, 204, 212, 
229, 261, 265, 266. 

Male Quartet: 132, 184. 

Missions: 194, 202, 213. 

Mother 94, 128, 171, 214. 

Obedience: 55, 53, 115. 260, 278, 
295. 

Pardon: 23, 101, 190, 191, 215, 
216, 225. 

Patriotic: leo, 214, 308. 

I Peace: 2. 97, 124, 238. 

1 Petition: 31, 50, 200, 246. 248, 

' '253,254,274. 



When we all get to 26 

Where He leads me 139 

Which way shall I take. . . 182 

While Jesus whispers 304 

While we pray end 49 

White harvest fields 110 

Whiter than snow 190 

Whom having not seen ... 28 

Whosoever heareth 290 

Whosoever will 290 

Who wants to travel 146 

Who will my disciple 115 

Why not now 49 

Will there be any 10 

Will your anchor hold .... 80 
With Calvary standing. . . 35 

With me all the way 57 

Wonderful love 35 

-IT- 

Ye must be born again — 98 

Ye servants 276 

Ye who wander of 32 

Yield not to temptation. . . 288 

You are one of the- 161 

You may have the 34 

You need the Savior 64 



Praise: 27. 'T, 97, 108, 131, 198, 
208, 209, 2i0, 219, 236, 237, 243, 
244, 247, 250, 261, 264, 273. 274, 
275, 276, 292. 

Prayer: 31, 51, 89, 107, 112,141. 
150, 232, 248, 262, 263, 269.303. 

Promise: 6, 12, 14, 15, 62, 65. 
73, 80, 86, 281, 299. 

Psalms: 67, 71. 125. : 197, 220, 
279, 282. 

Rest: 77, 211, 212, 282. 

Salvation: 8, 23, 37, 52, 75, 192, 
287, 289. 

Service: 3,4,5,10, 13, 36, 40, 
45, 55, 90, 95, 110, 127, 129, 138, 
161, 185, 186, 193, 196, 199, 202, 
223, 244, 259, 260, 270, 298. 307. 

Solos: 6, 12, 14, 19, 20, 28, 31, 
32, 44, 46, 48, 50, 56, 58, 60, 67. 
74, 83, 86. 89. 91, 94, 97, 100, 
111, 118, 122, 126, 127, 128. 140. 
142, 163, 164, 165, 166. 

Thanksgiving: 92. 

Trust: 39, 54, [74. 81, 102,111 
118, 242. 

Victory: 53. 73, 80, 99, 122, 249, 





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